Israel Lund 2013 – His creative process often starts as an image of nothing, which he then repeatedly silkscreens and forces ink onto the null area. He then manipulates the image by enlarging, degrading or distorting it systematically thus eventually creating something out of nothing. Through this process, Lund extrapolates a unique yet repetitive aspect for each series he creates. Utilizing the CMYK colors, he transforms each painting from iteration to iteration, yet they still resemble each others like a copy with a different soul (think mutation of an animal species which looks oddly familiar, but feels different).
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