Felipe Pantone & Case Studyo Release 'Subtractive Variability Auto' Sculpture Edition

An artwork that evokes “a perpetual flow of active and reactive energy.”

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Felipe Pantone is the next visual artist to team up with contemporary art purveyor, Case Studyo. The collaborative effort is realized in a unique sculpture edition entitled ‘Subtractive Variability Auto’ that evokes the “perpetual flow of active and reactive energy” in a spectrum of colors, as per Case Studyo.

Pantone’s kinetic technique is observed in the three-dimensional art piece that measures 28 x 30 x six centimeters and constructed using clear plexiglass with rotating printed acrylic disks. The edition size is 100 with 10 artist proofs. Each piece arrives inside a custom screen-printed box, signed, numbered, and with a certificate of authority.

For inquiries visit casestudyo.com or contact isa@casestudyo.com.

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‘Subtractive Variability Auto’
Kinetic sculpture with rotating printed acrylic disks.
Clear plexiglass
Edition of 100 + 10 AP’s
Sized 28 x 30 x 6 cm
Signed and numbered COA
Custom screen printed box

 

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We’re pleased to announce ‘Substractive Variability Auto’ by @felipepantone Collaborating with Argentinian-Spanish artist Felipe Pantone means venturing into new and uncharted territory. In the works of Pantone everything is vibration in constant movement, a perpetual flow of active and reactive energy. As an iconoclastic artist working at the forefront of technology, Pantone embraces the unpredictability of the future. The theory of ‘Liquid Modernity’ lies at the base of his artistic practice. His work internalises the notion that change is the only permanence and uncertainty is the only certainty. Encapsulating these ideas in a collaborative project meant abandoning traditional techniques and exploring new materials resulting in the creation of a dynamic art object; a kinetic sculpture. The edition is part of Pantone’s ‘Subtractive Variability’ series that work as a platform to demonstrate chromatic phenomena. In this case the automatic rotation of three acrylic discs creates unexpected color formations to the point the piece can turn into a hue that represents the absence of color, a shade of black. The sculpture randomly explores the spectrum of color and the full range of emotions evoked by every nuance. The sleek mechanics in motion capture the surrounding light making the edition produce striking and perpetually evolving results, encouraging the viewer to embrace change and find beauty in evolution. —— Kinetic sculpture with rotating printed acrylic disks. Clear plexiglass Edition of 100 + 10 AP’s Sized 28 x 30 x 6 cm Signed and numbered COA Custom screen printed box —— For inquiries visit casestuydo.com or contact isa@casestudyo.com #felipepantone #SubstractiveVariabilityAuto #kinetic #sculpture #edition #casestudyo #chromaticphenomena

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