Sunday, September 25, 2011

Fine Artist of the Month: Linked Equations for Paul Pagk

Each month I am adding to an on-going series of writings and workings about Fine Artists who work, or are primarily working in the NYC area. This month I made Linked Equations for the longtime NYC Fine Artist, Paul Pagk.

٠ y 2 = x (x − a p)(x + b p) ≠ a n / m + b n / m = c n / m

a  - Like the most complex math problem, in the most universal language.
b - Concrete evidence of supersymmetry
x - His love of math and never apologizing for his play with numbers.
y - The endless curves, folds, angles of Czech Cubism and thus Emil Filla
p - If Fine Art, then within/out Design - No limits like Miller, but different.
c - To never fetishize or market to the standard deviation
- Pre-Math not aftermath
m - Aftermath not pre-math
٠ - Floating (suspended) before everything

For more information on Paul Pagk's work, go here.