The painting offered tangible influence in the architectural space is central to the work of Anders Moe Sletvold. Its facilities are investigations into the paint, as well as a medium than as material. He works on the white walls of the galleries hosting, manipulating it in all possible ways: either by painting surfaces, sculpting shapes or changing space. The colors and dimensions of its components ooze, creating shadows and reflections, illustrating the illusory qualities of different materials.
In the virgin surfaces of his works, one can occasionally detect a hint of mischievous humor that does, however, never to interrupt the serenity that exists within its facilities.
The art of Sletvold Anders Moe has developed in the traditions of minimalism. His works question the nature of materials and their relationship with each other: how do they reflect, affect, or dominate others.
Sletvold Moe's creations are sometimes references to art history in an almost schematic, it reminds us of artists like John MacCracken, James Turrell, Donald Judd, Dan Flavin or even.
However his work is not limited to a simple set of diagrams and illustrations. His mastery of materials is in itself impressive, but the viewer is also the opportunity to see something beyond, to deal with the intangible, like the feeling of being faced with something disproportionate and irreducible. Different surfaces and new spatial angles are revolutionizing our usual sense of perception, guiding us to some beyond . Thus, works of Anders Moe Sletvold act as a call and leads the mind away from the classic phenomena of perception.