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I resumed the theme of the processuality of the red, colour, and white layered paintings from the second half of the nineties
and developed them by more careful and finer work with the brush and almost regular crossing of the lines in a geometric grid.
The fact that the lines are painted with a brush and freehand shows in a view from an angle, where you can see how the individual lines are actually a little crooked as I was hitting the mark of the intersections of the rectangular grid. And also there where I dipped the brush, the lines are whiter.
The impulse for this cycle was desire to come back to focused intimate work on one painting, perhaps in a reaction to the exhibition of large formats at the Egon Schiele Center in Český Krumlov and many events around the retrospective exhibition at the Wannieck Gallery in Brno.