Liz Harrison : New York Grid
New York Grid : 2002-2004

Painting installation developed from drawings made from a trip to New York. It shows the sequential notion of image making, forming structures that echo the rectangle, the grid, repetition, the illusion of space, and structure within space, utilising the stuff that surrounds us, letting the works become the architecture.

Black reflective surfaces have been made through the physical action of pouring paint. This is then drawn into through the act of erosion. The surfaces have a notion of movement and disruption, but are still highly reflective. This is part of an ongoing body of work that relates to architectural form and repetition.

(detail below)