Paul-Émile Rioux Abstract Print - Laughing Cow, Red _1, 24 x 24, 1/ 200 ed. (unframed)
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Paul-Émile Rioux
Laughing Cow, Red _1, 24 x 24, 1/ 200 ed. (unframed)

2007

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Evolving out of Op and Pop into New Media, Paul-Émile Rioux is developing his own particular style of art. From Pop symbols, labels and identity markers, and using the latest digital technology, Paul-Émile reminds us that the language of art has moved still further along from its early beginnings in the 1970s. What was once a fixed image now can be manipulated and transformed within the matrix of the computer screen. Pixels can be expanded until they attain their own beautiful tenor. What Pop was, and what Op was, become a new hybrid art form. Shape, colour, flux, with a fluid in-matrix non-object based language develop. “This reformulation of very colourful and vivid imagery seen in Rioux`s art, some of it drawn from commercial insignia, is an embodiment of a new leap forward in electronic imaging, far from its beginnings Leo Steinberg wrote of in Artforum in the early 1970s. Now artists such as Rioux can morph images, mixing the real and the virtually constructed, so much so, that a new reality emerges out of all this. This experimentation and imagistic optimism is comparable to the Futurist era in the early 20th century. Constantly evolving, morphing new themes, Rioux continues to address a central question as to the role of the picture plane, but increasingly suggests an interchangeability, or replaceable and flowing pixel-image mimeticism. Some of these works verge on abstraction, so much so they uncover an unconscious primitivism, an ancient and hieratic coding of symbols that is quite elemental really. Rioux does this through the use of simple generic commercial icons and codes, labels of the everyday experience in a post-consumer culture. And so Rioux the artist challenges our assumptions as to where the language of art can draw its inspiration. ” – John K. Grande Paul-Émile Rioux lives in Montréal, Canada, and for the past 20 years he has been working with digital media. The artist combines the art of photography to the procedural tools he explores, to create his unique new media art collections.

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  • Dimensions
    H 24 in. x W 24 in.H 60.96 cm x W 60.96 cm
  • Gallery Location
    Montreal, CA
  • Reference Number
    LU123514655041
  • More Editions & Sizes
    30 X 30, Edition 200Price: $700
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