Lefty OUT There’s New Exhibition Merging Art and Science Opens at Vertical Gallery, Kame Hame, δημοσίευση στο Widewalls [8/10/2022]Marilena Pateraki
Few artists have accomplished the balanced mix of both repetition and divine in their work as the multidisciplinary artist Lefty OUT There. By creating an ever-evolving network of interlocking polymorphs (compressed patterns commonly found in nature), the artist has achieved a rare feat of working in contradictions.
This October, Lefty OUT There is showcasing his unique art for the first time to Chicago’s audience in an interactive solo exhibition entitled Textura at Vertical Gallery. The featured works of a wildly diverse range of styles and settings exist at the intersection of art and science.
A Study in Patterns
Franco Campanella, aka Lefty OUT There, began developing his signature style by using the urban landscape as his canvas at a young age. Over the course of his career, he has created over a million polymorphs, each a unique study in colors, patterns, and textures. What some might call an obsession has produced art of intricate “lines” that immediately make the eye linger and long for interpretation.
There is a hypnotic side to the artist’s work, which he has archived by skillfully interlocking “squiggles” that endlessly multiply across the surface. Upon viewing his art, some are reminded of cell structures and vibrations, while others bask in their almost spiritual side that draws attention to things we often take for granted. The process of creating patterns constantly evolves. About his technique, Lefty OUT There said:
“There are multiple nuances per line. I’m making sure that I’m keeping it balanced, keeping the spacing the same, keeping the line width the same, and that it’s all building off of itself. It’s a process of constant problem-solving.”
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