Untitled (Window #5) - Spray paint on Japanese papers on canvas
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- Artist Bailey Dylan
- Category Optical paintings
Creation year 2013
- Dimensions 47 x 61 cm
- Technique Spray paint on Japanese papers on canvas
These works serve as a record of what the artist describes as “a throw of metal and plastic numbers.” The resulting images have an ethereal quality, suggesting the appearance of a cosmic space in which numbers appear to float and hang. The artist develops these compositions with paper laid flat on the ground, applying enamel paint from a spray can over a scattered arrangement of physical numbers, which include repurposed address numbers and children’s refrigerator magnets. When the numbers are removed, a silhouette remains as an imprint on the sheet. In this regard, the paintings recall early experiments with camera-less photography, such as Man Ray’s “rayographs”, in which objects arranged on photosensitized paper are exposed to light.
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Dylan Bailey was born in Londonderry, Vermont in 1985 and studied painting at the Rhode Island School of Design, before settling in New York City in 2008. Dylan Bailey's paintings, sculpture and installations are direct reflections of material and process. Bailey’s various mediums are consistently overlapping as he develops new functions for his materials and their detritus. His work has been the subjects of several exhibitions in the USA and in Europe.