Description

“The interlocking circles have a timeless and contemporary function that conjure various cultures depending on how they are translated. These patterns, in their black forms consistently reference chambers or spaces made up of mashrabiyeh’s or wooden lattice screens from memories of the waterwheels in Hama, Syria. I loved watching them at night turning like giant Ferris wheels. The designs continuously changed as they moved and layered. This piece explores culture and history while capturing the tenuous nature of movement.” –Bittar

Additional information

Dimensions

60 x 12 x 2 in (L x H x D)

Artist

Medium

Color

black, white

Theme

Details

Acrylic, oil, canvas, paper

Style

Edition for sale

1 of 1