One Forward Two Back Blue, 2010 - David Moreno
About the Work
About One Forward Two Back Blue
The overlapping bands of blue ink in this drawing converge like a pile of pick-up stix, darkening where they overlap to create a spare but disarmingly textured composition.
About the Artist
About David Moreno
The artist David Moreno takes a madcap approach to rule-based art, making works that follow specific geometries but at the same time rebel against them ...Read More
The artist David Moreno takes a madcap approach to rule-based art, making works that follow specific geometries but at the same time rebel against them, straining towards a spirit of anarchic disorder. Inspired by the movies of David Lynch, Moreno early in his career worked with photography and film—mounting a 16mm movie camera on a rotating pedestal and spinning it around, for instance—but he is best known for his obsessive drawings, which he sometimes renders freehand, sometimes with draughtsman's tools.
A favorite of curators and critics (and sometimes both: he was included in a 1990 show co-curated by Jerry Saltz), Moreno was featured in such exhibitions as MoMA PS1's Greater New York 2005
, Modern Starts: The Raw and the Cooked
(2000) at the Museum of Modern Art, and the survey Revelations: David Moreno
at the Neuberger Museum at SUNY Purchase. Read Less
One Forward Two Back Blue, 2010
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