tetris n. 7

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Rs.1075.00
 

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Description

Canvas Prints are museum quality giclee pieces printed on Hahnemuhle Monet Canvas (410gsm) - a white, 100% cotton canvas which guarantees archival standards and is water resistant. We use Epson Ultrachrome K3 Archival Ink to ensure amazing color fidelity, gloss level, and scratch resistance, while providing stable colors. All our canvases are shipped rolled (without frame).

 
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About this artwork

From the series “Tetris”, oil and pencil on paper. Original size: 32 x 40 cm. 2010. In the popular video game Tetris, pieces of various shapes slowly come down from above. The aim of the game is to be able to stick them in as they fall, avoiding the creation of voids. The making of a line devoid of interruptions will allow the disappearance of all the elements that compose it and the continuation of the game. But little by little the pieces accumulate, the thinking time is reduced and the stress increases, until a final piece arrives to occupy the space available above, and the game ends. In these drawings, block after block, row after row, something slowly accumulates and at the end fills the entire space. A horizontal bar at the top of the sheet indicates that the game is over. My original artworks are also available for sale. Please contact me if you are interested in more information about my work, the sales prices of individual works, the costs of the expedition or the availability for work on graphics (cortesefederico@gmail.com)

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