Systemic Intrusion

Systemic Intrusion is a series of paintings investigating the overlapping of grids. Painted with translucent aclrylic paint on canvas. As in Minimal Music, the grids operate in a phase shift relationship. This is a version of the ‘Time Travel Investigations’ principle.

DDW2019

New Light at DDW2019. New Work by Paul Ouwerkerk and others. From october 19th – 27th – 2019, Daily from 11:00 – 18:00. Dutch Design Week Eindhoven, Location A2. Paul shows prototypes of a progressive ‘pattern’ in 4 shades between light and darker grey. This (anti-) pattern forms on an invisible grid based on geometry…

beFORe and AFTER Frans

beFORe and AFTER Frans, 73x83cm. 2019.This work is inspired by a painting by Frans van Riel (1943 -..) titled ‘Optisch Dualisme nr.9′, 1972. A series of new 2019 prints on Hanemühle Artpaper have arrived. With an adapted colour setting. Available. Small edition. Numbered and signed.   beFORe and AFTER Frans, 63x73cm. 2019 version.2019 version printed…

Time Travel Investigations

In 2019  a series of 6 postcards was printed in an edition of 100 copies. This is not a recreated work or a scaled reproduction of a work. The series ‘TIME TRAVEL INVESTIGATIONS’ is a work by itself. Printed screen-less in Cyan, Magenta and Yellow, it emulates a 7-colour universe in which the 6 different…

Destiny/Density

Destiny/Density consist of 4 (1001-1004) digital art prints, each 110x110cm. Edition 3 (+2AP). 2019. Framed 120x120cm.

Form/Formel in Bern, CH

Until 15.07.2018 – FORM/FORMEL at AFFspace, offspace for Architecture. Münstergasse 4, Bern, CH.  

MURAL #101+#102

MURAL #101+#102. Photo Print on Canvas. 2017. 70x100cm. Edition 1/3 (+2AP).

RELIEF #201-#203

RELIEF #201-#203. 2017. Art print on Hanemühle paper. 70x70cm.  Edition 1/5 (+2AP).

TABLE #101

TABLE #101. Art print on Aluminium. 2017. 70x100cm. Edition 1/3 (+2AP).

PATTERN 101

Pattern 101. 2017. Print on Paper. 70x100cm. Edition 1/10 (+3AP).

CANVAS #101+#102

CANVAS #101+#102. 90x90cm + 120x120cm. 2017. Photographic Print on Felt. Edition 1/3 (+2AP).

PROCESS

Real 3-dimensional models are built as a basis for the graphic output. Displayed models are made of paper.