On the background a geometrical grid and inflexible self-imposed guidelines. Within the forefront, that each upsets and falls into this internet, the instinctive impulse of abstraction. Within the center, numerous visible stimuli and knowledge that artist Britton Tolliver tries to cultivate in his work now on show atSamuel Freeman Gallery.
Britton has had an obsession for categorizing ever since her was a toddler, when he collected baseball playing cards, memorizing every bit of data. In a world saturated by photographs which are produced, reproduced, elaborated and regurgitated, he’s pushed by a mania that not solely prevents habituation, but in addition fuels his starvation for pictures. The Los Angeles based mostly artist thus recovers shreds of images from any supply and tries to insert them into a geometrical scheme, through which the chaos and vitality of every single element is free to roam.