Color Series #3 is the third version of a multi-segmented experiment within a print making process in which half-tone images are randomly layered on top of each-other. Through the use of primary process colors: Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow, a multitude of colors and tones are created.
Color Series #3 takes the painted surface of the previous Series 1 and 2 and further abstracts the design through the folding of the painted sheets of paper into pixel like boxes and their assemblage onto a woven net. This process of creating “pixel” boxes makes the surface three dimensional and adds to the different scales of the work, from far away the net appears as a gradient wash of color but, as the viewer gets closer the pixels become more evident until the dot patterns on the pixels themselves can be seen.
Bio: Liliana Dirks-Goodman is a Brooklyn based multi-disciplinary artist. She is educated as an Architect and has received a Bachelors degree from the University of Colorado and a Masters from the Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles. In February 2009 she designed and built her first solo installation, Cellular Obsession in Boulder, Colorado at Installation Shoe Gallery.
She frequently collaborates with experimental and independent choreographers, creating videos, sets, installations, and props for performance, along with her own visual performance works.
Her work has been shown in New York at Dixon Place, AUNTS, The Salon Show at Ula’s House, Monkey Town, the TANK, and Danspace at St. Marks Church. Since fall of 2009 she has co-produced AUNTS: curating events that feature performance, dance, and video in NYC.
For more information on the artist, please visit: www.amliliana.com