Draping Cloth. Jutting Jags.

Cole Bazin,
West Vancouver, BC

Size

30" x 35"

Medium

Oil on wood panel

When I painted “Draping Cloth. Jutting Jags” I was interested in investigating how this screenbased language can inhabit both the exterior spaces, and the internal. How it manifests within culture as object, within a monitor as concept, or even internalized and emotive.

Draping Cloth. Jutting Jags.

Cole Bazin,
West Vancouver, BC

About the artist
About the artist

Cole Bazin
West Vancouver, BC

Cole Bazin was born in and resides in Vancouver, BC. He is currently completing a BFA from Emily Carr University of Art + Design with hopes that his practice takes him into a Master of Applied Arts degree with a view to teaching.

“As an artist, as a painter, as a member of the online culture, I have become obsessed with investigating this new culture. The online experience has manifested in many ways. It has given us new platforms from which to communicate and engage. Screen-based activity, a faceless and pliable culture, has spawned a language specific to its users, though seldom is it spoken out of context. In my painting practice I’m interested in how this language can manifest in physical visual forms.”

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