amy ngo

My work of image production investigates composition and how certain formal arrangements combined with specific colours, layers can create illusion. The intention is to confuse the viewer’s eyes and ignite their perception. The communication space between the viewer and the painting is crucial because if there was none, the work would cease to exist. Painting after painting, the illusions become more refined and restricted in the sense of colour palette and geometrical forms. For instance, the content of the painting is lines, but the context is what I made of it, the patterns and illusions that were drawn from one single shape itself. In a way, the more I limit myself regarding shapes and colours, the more creativity it inspires.