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Part of Michael Hambouz’s ‘Lenticular/Delenticulated’ series, ‘Could’ve Been Here’ seeks to capture the kinetic energy of music in a multidimensional panel. Here, Hambouz transforms the arbitrary patterns of shelved LP record albums into thin strips of vibrant color, creating a visual link to the energetic music hidden within.
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Frame: 39 x 43 in (99.06 x 109.22 cm)
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Based in Brooklyn, Michael Hambouz (American, b. 1977) utilizes multi-dimensional perspectives and radiant hues to create technicolor works across different genres. From abstract prints verging on sculpture to colorful portraits and paper cut-outs depicting everyday life, his work constantly experiments with composition and form. Hambouz is an avid supporter of the arts and social justice movement, and has contributed various works to benefits auctions.