Carl Fudge

Carl Fudge

Mar 21 – Apr 25, 1998

Carl Fudge

Cool Memory, 1997 (detail)

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Carl Fudge will exhibit new paintings at the Feldman Gallery. The paintings appear as elaborate abstractions, unified fields of patterning with the existence of an almost imperceptible grid-like system as an organizing device. They vary in appearance from a delicate filigree of lines to a dense labyrinth playing with negative-positive space. Although abstract, the paintings are derived from the artist's reconstruction of seventeenth and eighteenth century Japanese erotic prints, the Ukiyo-e Shunga. The work suggests information overload in a technological age, the fact that excessive information results in the breakdown of meaning.

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Carl Fidge

Cool Memory, 1997

Carl Fidge

Cool Memory, 1997

Carl Fudge

Shade, 1998

Carl Fudge

Ctl-+, 1998

Carl Fudge

Imposter, 1997

Carl Fudge

9, 1996-97

Carl Fudge

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Carl Fudge

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