• $1150

  • size 23.25" × 23.25"
  • year 2017
  • materials Woodblock monoprint on paper
  • framed In white with 3.5" mat surrounding
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“No concept is more humbling than the infinite. The word 'Lemniscate' is the proper name for the Infinity Symbol and is the source of design inspiration for this series of woodcut mono prints. From six separate carved printing clocks, unique color combinations stack and nestle layers of ink within the composition.” — Matt Neuman
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About the Artist

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Matt Neuman (b. 1985) is a painter and printmaker based in Brooklyn, NY. Interested in the visual interplay of color, line, geometry and repetition, Matt creates optically dense compositions that reverberate within the confines of his surface. Coupled with an interest in physics, origami, space-time, and the infinite image, Matt’s work engages with geometric abstraction as a means of providing structural logic that resonates with humanity's instinctive tendency to organize information.

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  • Matt Neuman gives us his thoughts on universal languages, how he works with color, and the unequivocal need for a table saw.
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  • A home for collaboration and design, Fuigo's Park Avenue space unites works from over 15 artists in their latest Artist Residency.

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