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Print Research Institute of North Texas
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Frame: 22.5 x 16.5 in (57.15 x 41.91 cm)
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Jeff Elrod (American, b. 1966) began painting abstractions of video game imagery in the early 1990s. His “frictionless drawings,” named after the process by which he started using computers to facilitate creating works on paper, are characterized as visual fields, marked by heavy blur and incoherence. His practice is informed by the trajectory of late twentieth century abstraction and the emergence of sophisticated software and print technology. Many of his works are hybrid images that incorporate what he terms “analogue” techniques using acrylic, tape, and spray paint, and "frictionless" digital drawings that originate using familiar programs such as Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Elrod currently lives and works in Marfa, Texas.