24 Oct 2017

Felipe Pantone

Hamptons Art Hub

“Planned Iridescence” features 20 new works—including paintings, projections, interactive installations and murals—that are the product of years of research into ways of evoking digital experiences through inanimate objects. Pantone, who works in the optical and kinetic tradition, uses strong contrasts, vivid colors, mixed medium and varied techniques to focus on the interaction between the displacement of the light spectrum and shape-color dynamism. The exhibition, featuring iridescent material that allowed Pantone to regulate the light spectrum gradients in color, repetition and directional displacement, symbolizes the attitude and experimentation of the artist, according to the gallery release, and expands the exhibition beyond traditional boundaries.

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