Lucy Bull(b. 1990, New York) are visceral works that directly appeal to the senses. A comprehensive realm of shapes and colors, the paintings are described in sound, tactile and even emotional terms that eschew rational logic and are unique to each viewer. Because their formal properties act as visual bait, the eye is drawn into the atmospheric space of their work before encountering a seemingly infinite number of associative openings. The world forms on its various surfaces and then quickly disappears again; likewise, just when the act of viewing creates visual overload or destructive dissonance, Bull's mark accumulation reveals discernible traces of planning and material with her The painstaking negotiation that takes place leads the viewer back to the concrete reality of pigments, mediums and surfaces.
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