“Placing myself in the role of a printer inspires my latest series of paintings as I continue exploring the area between virtual spaces and reality. I try to stay in the present moment and take on the task at hand but as my mind and body move into preconception, glitches become apparent and the mantra of the repeated gesture begins to wane. I continue to explore the middle ground between virtual images and real or naturalistic imagery and how it relates to abstraction. As we continue to view the world through a small screen are we misinterpreting more frequently? Perhaps we have become more comfortable with the virtual atmosphere and expect to see it in reality. Formal aspects such as foreground and background change as well as color interpretations. Overall, we continue to determine what is fake and what is real.” — Ruth Freeman
Ruth Freeman (b. 1969) is a Brooklyn-based painter. Having practiced architecture for over ten years in San Francisco, her paintings incorporate a similar process that explores the effects of digital tools on the perception of our built environment. She received her MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York in 2016 and her works have been exhibited internationally, including Beers London Gallery, Thierry Goldberg Gallery, and E.Tay Gallery.
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