In her works Line Gulsett (Tonsberg, Norway, 1981) displays an extraordinary approach to the representation of movement in pure paint. She allows the oil to flow and literally spread in the direction of the movement. This results in pieces that capture very dynamic moments in a vacuum of time. She does not try to translate observed movements to the canvas, but rather makes a descriptive study of imagined scenes. Her works are rich in contrast, both in palette and the objects and figures represented. The artist paints indefinable spaces in which short skirted girls prance between roadsigns and running dogs. From an unsettling atmosphere she creates a surprisingly aesthetic image through her expert use of the material. Fast flicks of paint and breezily painted figures set themselves off against pressing, sober backgrounds.
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