Another exciting new addition to the official People of Print Membership is artist-printmaker Nick Satinover who resides just outside of Nashville in the ever-evolving middle Tennessee sprawl. Nick is an Assistant Professor of Studio Art in the Department of Art and Design at Middle Tennessee State University. Within this role, Nick teaches all levels of printmaking and covers all traditional processes as well as digital and experimental approaches to the medium. He is a father to twin boys (of course, multiples, right?) and pet-parent to an adopted kitten.
His work is informed by observations of the built environment, poetics, colour phenomenon and printmaking’s relationship to signage and didactic information. His current studio works utilise formal abstract language in conjunction with text to create images that create ambivalent visual experiences. Depth vs flatness, pattern vs gesture, chromatic vs achromatic, clarity vs ambiguity, compression vs openness are all strategies employed in his works. These dichotomies point to the negotiations people make as they experience the world which contains them.
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May 31, 2018 at 07:17AM