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Keith Garubba

What happens when we over-aestheticize our scientific pursuits? What happens when we overanalyze our artistic creations? For several years I have been studying “Drips,” mostly the painted, marbled, or molten glass varieties while ruminating on these questions. The resultant products of my studies display frozen moments of my investigation. Key drip forms are framed and highlighted, fragments are reproduced and overprinted. Printmaking, in these works, is used to break down the drip as a subject. The artworks themselves are intended to be an abstract exploration and critique of the relationship between Art and Science, while celebrating the ornamented spectacles and exhilarating spirit that can thrive that this intersection.

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