CURRENT WORK

Inazuma, 2013. Acrylic and pigment with liquid polymer on birch panels, 24 x 62 inches. Triptych. Biomorphic series.
623 Variations, 2014. Acrylic, pearlescent latex glaze and pigment print on linen. 48 x 32 inches each. Wireframe series.
New Plastic Shodo #5, 2013. Sumi ink, acrylic and pigment print on Kinwashi paper, 12.25 x 18.75. Shodo series.
Botai, 2014. Oil and pigment on linen. 30x60 inches. Biomorphic series.
Seicho, 2014. Oil and pigment on linen. 48 x 32 inches. Biomorphic series.
Kodoku, 2014. Acrylic, pigment and resin on birch panels, 24x38 inches. Triptych. Biomorphic series.
Tsuru, 2014. Oil on linen. 48x32 inches. Biomorphic series.
Nami, 2012. Oil on Linen, 36 x 40 inches. Biomorphic series.
Hana, 2013. Gouache and pigment with liquid polymer on birch panel. 18 x 12 inches. Biomorphic series.
Kurēn, 2013. Gouache and pigment with liquid polymer on birch panel. 18 x 12 inches. Biomorphic series.
Iruka, 2013. Pigment and acrylic on birch panels with liquid polymer, 41 x 24 inches. Diptych. Biomorphic series.
Shima, 2014. Acrylic and pigment on birch panel with resin. 18x24 inches.
Orenji, 2014. Acrylic and pigment on birch panel with resin. 24x18 inches. Private collection, New York.

COLIN GOLDBERG: TECHSPRESSIONISM – SOLO EXHIBITION @ GLENN HOROWITZ EAST HAMPTON: THROUGH NOVEMBER 11


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As Pollock once remarked, “technique is just a means of arriving at a statement.” The challenge that Goldberg set for himself has led him to create a hybrid of handmade and electronically generated elements—the language in which his statements are written—that fulfills his aesthetic imperatives. His name for this language, techspressionism, which conflates technology and expressionism, is the perfect amalgam of the two fundamental components of his art: the digital and the sensual.

Helen A. Harrison
Director, Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center, Springs NY


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