‘It’s Like This Infinite Machine’: Watch Matthew Richie Reveal the Secrets of His Eccentric Image-Making, δημοσίευση στο Artnet News [10/11/2022]Marilena Pateraki
It’s an otherworldly scene, as likely an image from deep underwater as from the depths of outer space, filling a massive canvas that measures some 8 by 10 feet. Tiny concentric circles are dotted along the snaking lines of some ambiguous structure (or creature).
This is one of the universes imagined by artist Matthew Ritchie, on view in his new exhibition “Matthew Ritchie: A Garden in the Flood” at the Frist Art Museum in Nashville. The images Ritchie conjures are a mash-up of primordial and futuristic— which makes sense, because they are the product of both human and machine.
In an exclusive interview filmed way back in 2005 as part of Art21’s “Art in the Twenty-First Century” episode Structures, Ritchie explained the genesis of his expansive projects, which all begin with the simple act of setting pen to paper.
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