Suprematist Variations on Kazimir Malevich's "Three Women on the Road" (1900) (Scroll horizontally to view images and vertically to read text; click on images to bring up larger versions.)

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This project comprises 24 pieces (18"x18" each for exhibition) that play on Suprematist variations of Kazimir Malevich's "Three Women on the Road" (1900) after glitch treatment and magnification of the digital reproduction of the painting seen below.

These pixel configurations ("Pixelscapes") rival works in Suprematism, Abstraction, Minimalism, Geometric, and Color Field art movements. They are brought to the forefront via this early work to celebrate Malevich's latent and ultimate creativity which gave way to Suprematism with the display of "Black Square" and other works in 1915 as part of the Last Futurist Exhibition of Paintings 0,10.

A "glitch" is a disruption in a system. Also, Glitch Art - the aestheticization of digital or analog errors - is a current, viable art form that includes workshops, lectures, performances, installations and screenings worldwide. (Wp)

Suprematist Variations on Kazimir Malevich's "Spring Garden in Blossom" (1904)

Suprematism by Kazimir Malevich