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Painting and sculpture are closely connected in Coen Vunderink’s studio practice.
Sculptural works function as a motif in
his paintings, while he takes a painterly
approach to many of his sculptures.
The impetus for this cross-pollination is
Vunderink’s interest in the genesis, the
creation of the work of art, and the interplay
of forces that come into effect to enable this
process. His recent paintings, created with
spray paint, home in on the dualism between
figure and ground, between monochrome
and stereoscopy, in painted constellations
that appear to vibrate gently.
Text by Dominic van den Boogerd, 2011, Amsterdam