Interview: Haze Talks About His New Exhibition in LA

Interview: Haze Talks About His New Exhibition in LA

Tell me about "New Mathematics"? What are the inspirations and themes of the new work?

"New Mathematics" represents a linear progression of the personal artwork that I have been developing over the last 5 years. Along with always carefully controlling the final results in my design and product based work, I also started challenged myself to create more organic artwork that revolved around a celebration of natural line quality, motion and the beauty of imperfection. Using type and certain recognizable icons as my first points of departure,  I have continued working towards also synthesizing these elements with my love of abstraction and geometry.

My work has always been deeply rooted in balance and symmetry, starting all the way back with my original graffiti name SE3, which I created as more of a symbol than name with inherent meaning. In many ways, with "New Mathematics", I have gone all the way back to this original essence.

But where some of my earlier fine artwork had been more reductionist in terms of it's approach, this body of work incorporates much more complex dynamics, with certain algorithms having taken on a life of their own. Hopefully, this collection achieves a kind of transparency between all of the mediums I have always been involved in, while still clearly representing the direction of a new language I have now established for myself.

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