Neon Walls

Henriëtte van’t Hoog’s large, brightly coloured art installations, use painted representations of simple shapes and three-dimensional structures to draw in the viewer. Always striving to create something new and unexpected, she often plays with perspective, combining both flat and three-dimensional objects and brings these to life with vibrant colours to create a truly unique spacial experience...

“A first reading of her current work both requires and generates that perceptivity associated with childhood, namely the shear delight in the existence of colour: colour before it is reduced through education to sign,symbol or description. It is the intensity of experience when one is absorbed by the ‘isness’ of things, when things exist with no other symbolic meaning than their own compelling properties.” - Michael Wright, On The Levity and Gravity of Colour.

All images from the artists website.

14 Jun 2013