I can remember being in an undergraduate psychology class, when we were presented with a few sentences. The sentences were incomplete, as several letters in each word were removed. However, we were still able to read the sentences, without missing a beat. I think they were trying to show us that the brain is able to put together the full picture, even when certain elements were removed. I was reminded of this when viewing French artist Florian Eymann’s works. Eymann starts with an image and distorts it, but the viewer remains able to make out the piece, without issue. Florian currently has two prints available at C.O.A. Gallery. The editions are fairly small, as only 15 of each were produced, but they are an affordable $150. Additionally, if you look around, there are some reasonably priced originals out there. Expect to see great things from Mr. Eymann moving forward.
Prints are available here: