Deenesh Ghyczy's Illustrations are Expertly Blurred

By: Jordy E  - Published: Jul 14, 2012 • References: dghyczy & xaxor
The Berlin-based artist Deenesh Ghyczy has pioneered a fragmented, double-take-worthy approach to illustration. Her pieces are multilayered, displaying two, three or four interpretations of the same pose. These interpretations evoke images of movement and emotion in viewers via paintings of children and dancing women.

Ghyczy's work is rooted in her appreciation of multiple identities, or rather of individuals who act as " structures with more than one center." This is readily apparent in her morphed pieces that feature several splices of each subject. Her installations have been showcased within the walls of the Emmanuel Walderdorff Galerie, the Port-Art Gallery and the Art Suites Gallery, featuring the best of her 'Soul Out,' 'Tuning In' and 'Peronal Grid' collections. Stats for Morphed Multilayer Paintings Trending: Older & Chilly
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