Angie Drakopoulos’ recent series of multi-media paintings, sculptures, animation video and prints are about energy, the balance and harmony of the human mind, the orbiting of simplicity and complexity, the unifying of organic and geometric forms, and the interconnectivity of the universe. Drakopoulos incessantly ponders questions relating to these subjects, turning in her mind…
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"The world around us is mostly void, so how is it that it appears solid? What regulates the movements of elementary particles? How is it that light can be measured as both a wave and a particle? How does this transformation occur between the immaterial and the material world? "
Now in a series of eight meticulous works, one can witness Drakopoulos’ projects responding to such questions. The multi-media wall light sculptures perhaps resemble “relics of the unknown 25th century”, and the series of multimedia paintings, known as Sequence, reveal complex, symmetrical structures uniting the physical and immaterial together. In a recent silkscreen print and an animation video, she combines the codes, symbols, altered microscopic and cosmic imagery (often found embedded in the layers of paintings and sculptures) to further explore universal truths and knowledge between interconnectedness.
Angie Drakopoulos was born in Dover, New Hampshire and raised in Athens, Greece. Her works have been featured in both non-profit spaces and galleries in New York and Paris. She earned her MFA from New York’s School of Visual Arts, a BFA from the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, DC and a degree in Design from the Vacalo School of Graphic and Industrial Design in Athens. She currently lives and works in New York City. This exhibition marks Angie Drakopoulos’ second solo exhibition at g-module.
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