Color Formations – New works on paper by Gocha Tsinadze
New paintings by Gocha Tsinadze incorporate acrylic, Sumi ink, gouache on heavy-weight cotton paper. The body of work explores the process of abstraction as a system for translating the subconscious. Formally, the work explores the meeting place between drawing and painting. The visual shapes are created through a linear process which acts to describe hypothetical physical form. Tsinadze is interested in the semiotics created out of this process, a kind of aesthetic equilibrium.
Gocha Tsinadze is an artist working and living in Brooklyn, NY and hailing from the Republic of Georgia. He holds an MFA from Brooklyn College and a Bachellors degree from Rutgers /Mason Gross. His work deals with an exhaustive approach to language and the subconscious through abstraction. His work has been exhibited in the US and abroad.