Kleopatra Moursela, born in 1967, lives and works in Athens, Greece.
The artist creates colorful surfaces that structure a semantic framework with undefined content on the canvas. Squares, quadrilaterals and interrelated shapes that form images of a multifaceted reality: a visual alternative to the world. From “indefinite” to “concrete”, from “focused” to “unfocused”, from “individual” to “collective”. Dynamic rectangles that refer to solid algebraic and mathematical equations, pieces of a fabric or carpet that grow symmetrically or heterogeneously in space.
Like fragments of a folklore artifact consisting of optical squares of the same reality, symbols of the subconscious. A natural or artificial dialogue of color intensity, a suggestion to travel from the natural environment to the pixels of the digital world. Fibers and meshes of an (imaginary) fabric or a digital mosaic, one that glorifies tradition and information technology at the same time. Structured compositions that sometimes lead from “knitted” to “structured”, from “balanced” to “opposite”, from “convergent” to “divergent”.