Cluster Flock

Exhibit by Gocha Tsinadze

Gocha Tsinadze is a multimedia artist who lives and works in Brooklyn,NY.  Born April, 1980 in Tbilisi, Georgia, he and his family emigrated to NJ in 1991.  Tsinadze studied art  at Rutgers University in New Brunswick , NJ and received his MFA from Brooklyn College in 2012.

Tsinadze has participated in group and solo exhibitions as well as performances and installations throughout the US at  White Box, Smack Mellon, NJIT, University of Georgia, Harvestworks, Gallery 58, NYEAF among many others.

This work was generated using a process based improvised approach. I wanted to respond to the color  and form of the wall with a set of straight marks. I wanted to create a system of mark making that builds on geometric impulses.

This series studies a process in abstraction as a subconscious linguistic system.The visual shapes are created through a linear drawing process which acts to describe hypothetical physical forms. I am interested in a kind of aesthetic equilibrium as achieved by an improvised aggregate system. The whole is to reveal itself and it’s making at once.

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