David Ronce

I really dig this triu.boig drawing by David Ronce. I don’t understand the title, but that’s kind of the point. He says

The titles of my drawings are created via a ‘random choice of letters process’ of my design, to create ‘pseudo-word combinations’, so as not to influence the viewer’s first impression/ interpretation with a logical word title.

I love the colors. I like the amorphic shapes, I like it that I can make my own interpretation of it. But at the same time, I feel like I need a reasonable title.

In my paintings and drawings I present a unique artistic world that incarnates a kind of fantasy that lays the foundations for questioning.

For me, a kind of mythic consciousness is present in my imagery and poetic expression and can lead to a greater awareness of the psyche, the inner world, the unconscious.

David’s influences are Marcel Duchamp, John Cage, Edgar Varese, Jackson Pollack, Anselm Kiefer, Joan Mitchell, Gerard Richter, Claire Denis, and Jean-Luc Godard.

This drawing is ready to frame; a light matte finish fixed protective varnish has been applied to the surface; it is signed, titled and dated on back side.

David Ronce is in the Saatchi gallery. He lives and works in Brazil.

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