1994 "Enameled Flavor" Mixed Media by Scott Jacobson Nuvism Surrealism 96"



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""Enameled Flavor"" mixed media, glass, resin and oil on wood, surrealism / expressionism. This piece was exhibited in the 1994 exhibit Synthetic Nuvism at University Galleries of Illinois State University. Synthetic Nuvism: Scott Jacboson, Clove, and Jason Fascination exhibited various works. Sythetic Nuvism is described as ""swings, dips and covers its mouth to conceal a salacious grin. Filtered through KALEIDOSCOPE EYES, suburban ennui, debased 60s icons, and the tackiest abstract painting ever found at a local art fair, it grooves to the heartbeat of a culture that has clearly exceeded its speed limit.

Artificial. Plastic. Fake. Artists today provide artifacts drawn from a reality that is increasingly experienced in reproduction. Vinyl celluloid. Tape. Technology is the new spirituality, a virgin territory for communion through the extension of human gesture. Sampling. Synthesizing. Internetting. We scan the out-of-body electric.

Turgid biomorphs drip from Mondrian’s runny nose, overtaking the Cartesian grid like a virus. ejaculates blurt out codes as old as the Rosetta Stone. Imps of teen lust stare out from paintings so tumescent they begin to bulge in relief. All-flowing in sexual currents, through high-voltage art we Transcend.""


Good overall, some wear and distressing


72.5" x 96.5" x 6"