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  • work

    work
    new york NEW YORK

    gordon terry creates ornamented, aqueous landscapes in his paintings through a process dependent on the reaction of acrylic between two unique surfaces. by abandoning typical painting conventions such as the brush, terry also disembodies the relationship between figure and field. he allows figures/fields to form independently and congeal into cells and hybrids that seem protozoan in nature.

    “i’m fascinated by the ways in which, for instance, my paintings can reference at once psychedelia, science fiction, modernism, the rococo, decadence, and hermetic texts–wholesome, natural beauty, and toxic, synthetic glamour.”
    -gordon terry