Tiffany Chow

Series Entry 19.1


Description

Series_19

Tiffany Chow & Kylen McMorran

In this exchange of formal exploration, painters Tiffany Chow and Kylen McMorran communicate through a calculated admixture of geometric frames, inchoate shapes and lurid color. The resulting dialogue produces a visually potent set of outcomes. Opening entries serve up offhand references and red-herring symbols as a playful lure amidst bleeds of saturated blue and electric pink. Recognizable objects emerge only to collide with mottled slicks of paint. Looking like the interiors of a roller rink-turned-artist studio covered by neon splatter and the poster scraps of laser show promos, the rich layering on display combines with wry gestures to resist pulls toward compositional coherence. However, initial experimentations in errant signification and giddy, almost mid-1980s Richter-like expressiveness give way to vacillations between increasingly more defined structure and mocking response. Rich hues shot through with bands of gray twist and turn into strange reflective sketches rebelliously leeched of similar vibrancy. Flamingo bright hexagons meet childish scrawl imitations half-wrought in bruised tones of mustard and violet.  To resolve the productive tension animating the series, the final pieces ultimately feature recurring visual patterns both strengthened and subverted by breakthroughs of abstraction. Over the course of 8 ping pong entries, Chow and McMorran ultimately test the constraints of formal development to draw out novel color and arrangement possibilities in their vital and original collaborative work.


Kylen McMorran

Series Entry 19.2


Description

Series_19

Tiffany Chow & Kylen McMorran

In this exchange of formal exploration, painters Tiffany Chow and Kylen McMorran communicate through a calculated admixture of geometric frames, inchoate shapes and lurid color. The resulting dialogue produces a visually potent set of outcomes. Opening entries serve up offhand references and red-herring symbols as a playful lure amidst bleeds of saturated blue and electric pink. Recognizable objects emerge only to collide with mottled slicks of paint. Looking like the interiors of a roller rink-turned-artist studio covered by neon splatter and the poster scraps of laser show promos, the rich layering on display combines with wry gestures to resist pulls toward compositional coherence. However, initial experimentations in errant signification and giddy, almost mid-1980s Richter-like expressiveness give way to vacillations between increasingly more defined structure and mocking response. Rich hues shot through with bands of gray twist and turn into strange reflective sketches rebelliously leeched of similar vibrancy. Flamingo bright hexagons meet childish scrawl imitations half-wrought in bruised tones of mustard and violet.  To resolve the productive tension animating the series, the final pieces ultimately feature recurring visual patterns both strengthened and subverted by breakthroughs of abstraction. Over the course of 8 ping pong entries, Chow and McMorran ultimately test the constraints of formal development to draw out novel color and arrangement possibilities in their vital and original collaborative work.


Tiffany Chow

Series Entry 19.3


Description

Series_19

Tiffany Chow & Kylen McMorran

In this exchange of formal exploration, painters Tiffany Chow and Kylen McMorran communicate through a calculated admixture of geometric frames, inchoate shapes and lurid color. The resulting dialogue produces a visually potent set of outcomes. Opening entries serve up offhand references and red-herring symbols as a playful lure amidst bleeds of saturated blue and electric pink. Recognizable objects emerge only to collide with mottled slicks of paint. Looking like the interiors of a roller rink-turned-artist studio covered by neon splatter and the poster scraps of laser show promos, the rich layering on display combines with wry gestures to resist pulls toward compositional coherence. However, initial experimentations in errant signification and giddy, almost mid-1980s Richter-like expressiveness give way to vacillations between increasingly more defined structure and mocking response. Rich hues shot through with bands of gray twist and turn into strange reflective sketches rebelliously leeched of similar vibrancy. Flamingo bright hexagons meet childish scrawl imitations half-wrought in bruised tones of mustard and violet.  To resolve the productive tension animating the series, the final pieces ultimately feature recurring visual patterns both strengthened and subverted by breakthroughs of abstraction. Over the course of 8 ping pong entries, Chow and McMorran ultimately test the constraints of formal development to draw out novel color and arrangement possibilities in their vital and original collaborative work.


Kylen McMorran

Series Entry 19.4


Description

Series_19

Tiffany Chow & Kylen McMorran

In this exchange of formal exploration, painters Tiffany Chow and Kylen McMorran communicate through a calculated admixture of geometric frames, inchoate shapes and lurid color. The resulting dialogue produces a visually potent set of outcomes. Opening entries serve up offhand references and red-herring symbols as a playful lure amidst bleeds of saturated blue and electric pink. Recognizable objects emerge only to collide with mottled slicks of paint. Looking like the interiors of a roller rink-turned-artist studio covered by neon splatter and the poster scraps of laser show promos, the rich layering on display combines with wry gestures to resist pulls toward compositional coherence. However, initial experimentations in errant signification and giddy, almost mid-1980s Richter-like expressiveness give way to vacillations between increasingly more defined structure and mocking response. Rich hues shot through with bands of gray twist and turn into strange reflective sketches rebelliously leeched of similar vibrancy. Flamingo bright hexagons meet childish scrawl imitations half-wrought in bruised tones of mustard and violet.  To resolve the productive tension animating the series, the final pieces ultimately feature recurring visual patterns both strengthened and subverted by breakthroughs of abstraction. Over the course of 8 ping pong entries, Chow and McMorran ultimately test the constraints of formal development to draw out novel color and arrangement possibilities in their vital and original collaborative work.


Tiffany Chow

Series Entry 19.5


Description

Series_19

Tiffany Chow & Kylen McMorran

In this exchange of formal exploration, painters Tiffany Chow and Kylen McMorran communicate through a calculated admixture of geometric frames, inchoate shapes and lurid color. The resulting dialogue produces a visually potent set of outcomes. Opening entries serve up offhand references and red-herring symbols as a playful lure amidst bleeds of saturated blue and electric pink. Recognizable objects emerge only to collide with mottled slicks of paint. Looking like the interiors of a roller rink-turned-artist studio covered by neon splatter and the poster scraps of laser show promos, the rich layering on display combines with wry gestures to resist pulls toward compositional coherence. However, initial experimentations in errant signification and giddy, almost mid-1980s Richter-like expressiveness give way to vacillations between increasingly more defined structure and mocking response. Rich hues shot through with bands of gray twist and turn into strange reflective sketches rebelliously leeched of similar vibrancy. Flamingo bright hexagons meet childish scrawl imitations half-wrought in bruised tones of mustard and violet.  To resolve the productive tension animating the series, the final pieces ultimately feature recurring visual patterns both strengthened and subverted by breakthroughs of abstraction. Over the course of 8 ping pong entries, Chow and McMorran ultimately test the constraints of formal development to draw out novel color and arrangement possibilities in their vital and original collaborative work.


Kylen McMorran

Series Entry 19.6


Description

Series_19

Tiffany Chow & Kylen McMorran

In this exchange of formal exploration, painters Tiffany Chow and Kylen McMorran communicate through a calculated admixture of geometric frames, inchoate shapes and lurid color. The resulting dialogue produces a visually potent set of outcomes. Opening entries serve up offhand references and red-herring symbols as a playful lure amidst bleeds of saturated blue and electric pink. Recognizable objects emerge only to collide with mottled slicks of paint. Looking like the interiors of a roller rink-turned-artist studio covered by neon splatter and the poster scraps of laser show promos, the rich layering on display combines with wry gestures to resist pulls toward compositional coherence. However, initial experimentations in errant signification and giddy, almost mid-1980s Richter-like expressiveness give way to vacillations between increasingly more defined structure and mocking response. Rich hues shot through with bands of gray twist and turn into strange reflective sketches rebelliously leeched of similar vibrancy. Flamingo bright hexagons meet childish scrawl imitations half-wrought in bruised tones of mustard and violet.  To resolve the productive tension animating the series, the final pieces ultimately feature recurring visual patterns both strengthened and subverted by breakthroughs of abstraction. Over the course of 8 ping pong entries, Chow and McMorran ultimately test the constraints of formal development to draw out novel color and arrangement possibilities in their vital and original collaborative work.


Tiffany Chow

Series Entry 19.7


Description

Series_19

Tiffany Chow & Kylen McMorran

In this exchange of formal exploration, painters Tiffany Chow and Kylen McMorran communicate through a calculated admixture of geometric frames, inchoate shapes and lurid color. The resulting dialogue produces a visually potent set of outcomes. Opening entries serve up offhand references and red-herring symbols as a playful lure amidst bleeds of saturated blue and electric pink. Recognizable objects emerge only to collide with mottled slicks of paint. Looking like the interiors of a roller rink-turned-artist studio covered by neon splatter and the poster scraps of laser show promos, the rich layering on display combines with wry gestures to resist pulls toward compositional coherence. However, initial experimentations in errant signification and giddy, almost mid-1980s Richter-like expressiveness give way to vacillations between increasingly more defined structure and mocking response. Rich hues shot through with bands of gray twist and turn into strange reflective sketches rebelliously leeched of similar vibrancy. Flamingo bright hexagons meet childish scrawl imitations half-wrought in bruised tones of mustard and violet.  To resolve the productive tension animating the series, the final pieces ultimately feature recurring visual patterns both strengthened and subverted by breakthroughs of abstraction. Over the course of 8 ping pong entries, Chow and McMorran ultimately test the constraints of formal development to draw out novel color and arrangement possibilities in their vital and original collaborative work.


Kylen McMorran

Series Entry 19.8


Description

Series_19

Tiffany Chow & Kylen McMorran

In this exchange of formal exploration, painters Tiffany Chow and Kylen McMorran communicate through a calculated admixture of geometric frames, inchoate shapes and lurid color. The resulting dialogue produces a visually potent set of outcomes. Opening entries serve up offhand references and red-herring symbols as a playful lure amidst bleeds of saturated blue and electric pink. Recognizable objects emerge only to collide with mottled slicks of paint. Looking like the interiors of a roller rink-turned-artist studio covered by neon splatter and the poster scraps of laser show promos, the rich layering on display combines with wry gestures to resist pulls toward compositional coherence. However, initial experimentations in errant signification and giddy, almost mid-1980s Richter-like expressiveness give way to vacillations between increasingly more defined structure and mocking response. Rich hues shot through with bands of gray twist and turn into strange reflective sketches rebelliously leeched of similar vibrancy. Flamingo bright hexagons meet childish scrawl imitations half-wrought in bruised tones of mustard and violet.  To resolve the productive tension animating the series, the final pieces ultimately feature recurring visual patterns both strengthened and subverted by breakthroughs of abstraction. Over the course of 8 ping pong entries, Chow and McMorran ultimately test the constraints of formal development to draw out novel color and arrangement possibilities in their vital and original collaborative work.