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Paulius Nosokas

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gallery, abstract, modern


My Unity/Themes

I believe that finite moments of contact—even a single, well-considered gesture—can generate an infinite number of visually compelling forms. Hence, you'll see that, no matter what medium in which I am working, there is usually a very simple gesture or design structure at its core. Sometimes I multiply that gesture until I feel it reaches a sense of critical mass, a 'tipping point' (as in my computer-aided paintings like the 10-Second Experiments and Moving Forms animations). Sometimes I isolate the gesture and present it in aggregate (as in my Exercises and other videos); sometimes I freeze the gesture and present it in series (my photographic documents of Light Forms); and sometimes, behind the scenes, I fuse my limited-time contact with materials and surface into a poetic whole (as in my minimalist paintings in acrylic on plywood). No matter the approach or medium, my process or materials, however, you'll notice that what I'm after is a gentle irreducibility; a place where a work of art is no more than what it seems to be—and yet, is more than the sum of its parts.


My Process/Materials

I like to work with what I have at hand—"at hand" often implying materials readily available in a hardware store: flash lights and other hand-held fixtures; acrylic house paint and plywood; a computer illustration tool distributed for free over the Internet; and, of course, the simple equation of myself, and my camera, and my tripod alone in a room. I generally limit my initial contact with my chosen materials to a finite period of time—sometimes as short as a few seconds—and let either chance or a later editing process take over. Let me add that "Play" and the embrace of the random is also such a key element in my work that I feel compelled to list it as a material.


Light + Time = Form (video)

rotate / repeat / scale / move / subtract




Recent Exhibits

Paulius Nosokas participated in these exhibits:

Aug, 2013 No Man is an Island
The Printmaking Center of New Jersey
Dec, 2009 "The Museum of Clear Ideas"
Nov, 2009 The Museum of Clear Ideas
Exhibited with these artists
Paulius Nosokas has Exhibited with these artists:

Jeanette May P D Packard
Dakota Sica Patrick Todd
Larry Walczak
Exhibited at these venues
Paulius Nosokas has Exhibited at these venues:

The Printmaking Center of New Jersey 45projects
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