Jasmin Coleman

Abstract thoughts pertaining to time, change and forms in space.”

I am presently exploring these ideas through a process by which the formal design principles of Modernist Architecture and Geometric Abstraction Art are employed. A renewed interest in Kinetic Art has led me to begin new investigations into how I can most effectively use illusionist painting devices to create a sense of three dimensionality and dynamicism to static flat surface supports, or to simple solid forms, whilst still producing artwork that retains it’s grounding in the ‘real’ and actual physical environment. For this reasons my choice of material and supports are often utilitarian, raw and honest such as concrete, metal and timber. Observations of the current dynamic and transformative face of Brisbane’s built/constructed environment are a central focus in my artistic practice. Particularly the constantly shifting and evolving relationships between real objects and their surrounding space.


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