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Claire Chesnier: Constructing Liquid Veils

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Matthew Hassell interviews artist Claire Chesnier about her work.

Chesnier comments: "My compositions proceed from the avoidance of the edges of the paper facing me. The shapes I create result from a physical relation with the support: its dimensions are akin to mine, it embraces me. Thus, the frames that contain the fluid movement of color are like large windows or doors. The point is the tension between the shape of the color and the inside—the expanse of liquid veils, stretched and vaporous. The white area is part of the painting, the form suspended on this luminous ground, asymmetrical but firmly inscribed."

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