Questioning when a work is finished, Loretta Park’s animated pieces reside in a constant state of flux, made of various lines, shapes, and lengths. Although the forms do not depict any specific ideas or items, the work is embedded with a sense of figure and passage of time. Moving drawings are created by combining photographic images, marks, and colors–the small visual elements accumulate and turn into complex, animated structures. These densely detailed structures move continuously at varying speeds, becoming both two and three dimensional, and durational.
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website.