• Juergen Srunck, Barry Buxkamper

    A Clean Well Lighted Place

    Juergen Srunck’s color prints on transparent vinyl, sealed in laminated sheets and suspended by clear monofilament cord from the ceiling, approached by way of a very literal format the simulation of something Olitski was quoted several years ago as saying about paintings that would consist of nothing but some colors sprayed into the air and remaining there. Strunck’s prints, admittedly without the ethereal associations or diffuse properties suggested by that thought, reveal an alternative approach to the isolation of color in space with, at least, an illusory absence of supports or boundaries.

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