Patric Sandri

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Spray paint on and back of the canvas, Emulsion paint and spray paint on stretchers and transparent polyester, Emulsion paint and spray paint on stretchers and on transparent polyester (from l. to r.)
40 x 50 cm each
2014

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Spray paint on stretchers, transparent polyester, Spray paint on stretchers and on transparent polyester, Spray paint on mounted wood back on stretchers, transparent polyester (from left to right)
24 x 30 cm each
2014

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Canvas and 2 Colours) Gesso and alkyd enamel on canvas
100 x 100 cm (30 x 100 cm each) / 100 x 100 cm (20 x 100 cm each)
2014

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Alkyd enamel on stretchers, transparent polyester, Alkyd enamel on stretchers and on transparent polyester (from left to right)
40 x 40 cm, 30 x 40 cm
2014

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Untitled (Composition with 8 Canvas and 5 Colours)

Gesso and alkyd enamel on canvas
80 x 120 cm
2014

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Untitled (Composition with 2 Canvas and 2 Colours)

Gesso and alkyd enamel on canvas and back on canvas
50 x 75 cm (50 x 50 cm each)

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Stretchers, Paint on stretchers behind raw canvas
100 x 100 cm, 150 x 150 cm
2014

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Spray paint on stretchers and transparent polyester (1), Gesso and alkyd enamel on canvas (2-5)
30 x 30 cm (2x), 120 x 150 cm, 85 x 125 cm, 60 x 60 cm (from l. to r)
2014

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Pigment and fixative on and back of primed canvas
30 x 40 cm each
2014

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Oil and acetone on canvas
30 x 40 cm
2014

Patric Sandri

Current Artist Patric Sandri
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Artist Statement


Patric Sandri’s work investigates the medium of painting and the perception of its properties. His focus is on the awareness of the ‘gaze’ and the aspect of looking, whether it is by the artist, or the viewer. This extends into how light and material can interfere and interrupt the gaze and result in a phenomenological response, such as perception, affect and illusion. Sandri is trying to find room for perceptual inconsistency to be included in the phenomenon of painting. Using the mistakes of perceptual apprehension has become more and more important in the way he generates ideas and works.

During the process of painting he questions the role of the ‚image’. The function of a three-dimensional object and its carrier is explored, often deconstructed and put into a new order again. The pictorial plane is treated as a zone of impact and reaction, the body of the image carrier as an autonomous sculpture. Light completes the paintings and is thematized by the image back sides, the sides of the canvas and the stretcher bars which are painted. The colours reflect and radiate on the background which is dipped in colored light. The front and the backsides of the canvas are equally important and Sandri also creates illusions about these..