In an interview at his studio in Milan for his current exhibition ‘KIN’ at The MAC, Belfast; Artist Richard Gorman discusses his work practice in particular his use of line and colour. Gorman says of his work, “I paint alone in my studio where I solve problems that did not exist until I began painting. A painting is a conflict with disorder. A painting is not a message to anyone. It may not tell a story, it may not even represent an idea. It means only that it signifies what I spend my time doing – it is the outcome of that process of making and remaking on the flat surface in search of a precarious balance.” KIN runs until 27 July.
See more of his work at www.sofinearteditions.com/richard-gorman/