Exhibition: March 4th-30th
Opening Reception: Friday March 8th, 6-9PM
UNDO/REDO is a solo exhibition of paintings by Anthony Torrano. The abstract layered images are inspired by the sometimes chaotic and overstimulating sensory experiences of digital culture. Using swiping gestural strokes and the process of layering paint, a visual space is created. The title UNDO/REDO refers to a delete/un-delete function featured in Kid Pix, a 1990's digital drawing software. Ironically, through a process in which layers are void of digital and technological aid, there is no undo or redo button. Through the process of layering and stenciling, the works are at times unrecognizable until a final reveal, which results in an unexpected and often surprising finished work.
Anthony Torrano (b. San Francisco, 1992) is a visual artist based out of San Francisco, CA. He is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Cruz, where he received his BA in Art with a focus in painting and printmaking. Anthony now lives/works in San Francisco in his home/studio in the Ingleside neighborhood.