Lynn Tomaszewski

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Still from "Drams, whits, scintillas", 2011 Interactive Drawing With Animation & Sound By Kevin Schlei Variable © Lynn Tomaszewski
Bubble Complex, 2013 Ink And Enamel On Yupo 4' X 5' © Lynn Tomaszewski
Complex 1, 2012 Acrylic On Board 2' X 2' © Lynn Tomaszewski
Complex 4, 2013 Acrylic And Enamel On Board 1' X 1' © Lynn Tomaszewski
Complex 5, 2013 Acrylic On Board 2' X 2' © Lynn Tomaszewski
Complex 6, 2013 Acrylic On Board 2' X 2' © Lynn Tomaszewski
Complex 7, 2013 Interactive Generative Drawing Projected Onto Acrylic Sculpture, Sculpture Fabricated By Design Fugitives 48" X 132" X 6" © Lynn Tomaszewski
Complex 11, 2014 Acrylic On Board 24" X 24" © Lynn Tomaszewski
Complex 14, 2014 Acrylic On Board 24" X 24" © Lynn Tomaszewski
Complex 16, 2014 Acrylic And Enamel On Board 24" X 24" © Lynn Tomaszewski
Complex 18A & Complex 18B, 2016 Acrylic And Enamel On Shaped Boards 48" X 137" © Lynn Tomaszewski
Quick Facts

Tomaszewski has an interdisciplinary practice informed by science and social science that spirals around issues of perception, information, collaboration, and play. Her paintings, installations, coding, and video work often accumulate images or actions into unified perceptual fields that are both idiosyncratic and non-hierarchical. The systems used to make the work are informed by structures of collaboration including swarming or flocking behaviors, patterns of migrations, and the growth of cities. Her goal is to create work that is perceptual, responsive, potent – of the moment but also lasting and latent.

Tomaszewski has participated in residencies at the Vermont Studio Center and been an affiliate artist at the Headlands Center for the Arts. Recent activities include a solo show at the Thelma Sandoff Center for the Arts in Fond du Lac, WI (March 4-April 17, 2016) and participation in “Super Natural” at the John Michal Kohler Art Center in Sheboygan, WI (March-September, 2016). Her work is in the public collections of the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota and the Center for Contemporary Art in Sacramento, California.