Artist and designer Christopher Derek Bruno was recently in Roma as part of his European tour where he painted this wonderful wall curated by 999Contemporary gallery as part of a public project in Via Ostiense.
As we can appreciate here, there is a recurrent theme in Derek Bruno’s work, the image of the line intersecting a series of objects or forms, a fundamental exploration of perception where the artist employs a combination of both two and three-dimensional imagery, basic shapes, colors and proportions in order to illustrate this mental process. And well, the gallery’s description says a lot by itself:
“It’s a 20x10ft wall representing a step of the infinite Derek research in objective-subjective view of reality. The white line represents the reality and the squares are slices of human space-time interactions with reality, in the left side the objective reality, in the right side subjective reality, the overlapped areas represent the contact zones between humans in space-time coordinates.As usual in Derek work colors comes from CYMK palette, “why use other colors if they all come from these basic colors”.”