Ryan Wallace Custom Scarf
From Chardin's Omega Point theory to Pollock's gestural abstraction, the influences of Ryan Wallace's (b. 1977, New York) interdisciplinary work span radically diverse concerns. Related primarily through existentialist core principles, the miscellany of ideas presented in Wallace's work manifest the complexities of the metaphysical as well as the clarity of total consciousness. Wallace taps into the visceral nature of Suprematism, while simultaneously conjuring the bodily experience of Light and Space, a marriage between the cognitive and intuitive that occupies a dimensional, non-linear space. Shredded tape, vinyl screens, wax, and other discarded studio materials converge upon a single plane as Wallace reconstitutes detritus from previous works and forges new abstractions. Through this technique, he visually articulates the most alluring notions of evolution - manipulating the physical and metaphorical layers inherent to our perception.
Each scarf is 100% silk, 16" by 72", and is a digital print that is hand painted with metallic accents.