Hidden Centric Force

Derek Culley’s Hidden Centric Force is a colour-coded scene that appears to want to unpeel itself from its black background and reconfigure itself several times over. A play on the flatness of the original panel painting, the bold, insistent colours want to stand up and move places, to dance with the exuberance of the artist’s illuminated palette. Hovering near the centre of the image a black hole exerts a quiet but insistent pull. Against an impenetrable black background Culley’s applied marks appear to have the potential to run riot; in this context the hovering black disc is disconcerting.


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