2013-01-30 Jacqueline Taylor

Oozlification explored the aftermath of the painterly act and its material residue. It pushed the physicality and materiality of painting and paint to their limits, taking the form of a painterly space or environment that covered the four walls of the gallery space from floor to ceiling and subsumed the viewer. The work reflected how the space had transformed as layers of materials such as wax and polyeurothane foam had mutated through the randomness of gesture and the force of gravity. Through the process of making, the installation evolved to become both sculptural and hybrid; a sort of paintsculptstallation.

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