Moire Pattern 3


Artist: Laresa Perlman

Medium : Ink, acrylics on Canvas
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Size:  100 cm x 100 cm

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In my artistic practice, I am continually fascinated by the interplay between light, form, and perception. The concept of the MOIRE effect, a visual phenomenon that occurs when two patterns interact, has captivated me, inspiring me to delve deeper into its potential for artistic expression. Specifically, my focus lies in harnessing the power of this effect within the framework of four concentric circles, creating a visual experience that challenges and engages the viewer.

By utilizing concentric circles, I aim to establish a harmonious yet dynamic composition that draws the audience into an immersive visual journey. These circles, with their symmetrical arrangement, evoke a sense of unity and balance while also allowing for endless possibilities of interaction and distortion. The MOIRE effect becomes the catalyst that breathes life into these circles, forging a dialogue between the static and the dynamic, the known and the unknown.

As viewers encounter my artwork, their perception is immediately confronted by the MOIRE effect’s mesmerizing display of visual interference. The rhythmic dance of patterns arises from the interaction between the concentric circles, creating a tapestry of undulating lines, shapes, and textures. The convergence of these elements results in a profound visual experience that transcends the confines of traditional two-dimensional art, inviting the audience to immerse themselves in a world where reality and illusion coexist.

Furthermore, my exploration of the MOIRE effect within this particular framework encourages contemplation of the nature of perception itself. As viewers navigate the intricacies of the concentric circles, they become acutely aware of their own role in shaping the artwork’s final form. The MOIRE effect acts as a dynamic collaborator, activating the viewer’s participation and interpretation, blurring the boundaries between passive observer and active participant.

In essence, my artistic endeavor seeks to capture the beauty and complexity inherent in the MOIRE effect as it manifests within four concentric circles. Through careful composition and a keen understanding of the interplay between visual elements, I aim to create a captivating and transformative experience for the audience. Ultimately, I hope to ignite a dialogue surrounding perception, reality, and the ephemeral nature of visual phenomena, inviting viewers to question their own understanding of the world around them.

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