Trudy Benson

Benson’s abstract paintings are reminiscent of 1980s computer graphics and early image manipulation programs. The artist moves geometric shapes, stripes and nets from the computer screen to the canvas, employing cables of thick paint and squiggly, frenzied lines to create painterly layers. Benson’s work explores the communication and comprehension of images while eliciting feelings of nostalgia from viewers.


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