L: prompt by KangHee Kim
R: response by me
Where is may
I found my old painting from high school.
In 1965, an Op Art exhibition called The Responsive Eye was held at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC. The exhibition was very popular with the general public, but less so with the critics. Critics dismissed Op art as portraying nothing more than trompe l’oeil, or tricks that fool the eye.
"Although Op art must be considered in its entirety as an ephemeral art trend, it has nevertheless had some permanent effects on the perceptual qualities of the spectator, on the relationship between artists, architects and town planners and on the systematic application of optical phenomena in technologically highly-developed art forms."
Installation Documentation of Spandex at the Wilgus gallery
working on some new stuff