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Joris Kuipers

Kuipers’ worlds of colour are constructed out of myriads of dots and stains of pure pigments, merging into colourful clouds when observed from some distance – a contemporary pointillism… Kuipers no longer is a disciple of traditional painting. With his working methods he rather steps into the trail of Jackson Pollock and other expressionists then and now – whether they be abstract or not. Apart from this, Kuipers took one additional step: deserting the traditionally whole and flat plane of paintings and drawings, he allows his ‘painting’ to flow into the three dimensions of space. Or rather: they seem to hover there, apparently weightless, seemingly without any order or system.

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