Abstract painting | The tiger never follows the Square by Walter Perdan.

The tiger never follows the Square

The tiger never follows the Square

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Title: The tiger never follows the Square
Year: 2018
Technique: acrylic color on plywood
Dimensions: 42 x 62 x 3 cm

The Tiger never follows the Square is an abstract painting made entirely by hand with devices for augmented reality. It is an abstract-surreal painting; the title can be seen as a poem, something that is not understood by reason but by another part of ourselves. Augmented reality reveals another part of the painting that overlaps it. I was inspired by the paintings of Max Ernst and Hans Arp but probably other references can be found. The color and the painted forms suggest a dynamic that must be discovered by looking at the picture more deeply. As if reality at some point were torn and revealed the truth.

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You can see an extra 3d part onto the sculpture.

Anotrher painting with augmented reality is Art is a joke.

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