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Paint, gravity and fluid dynamics – the work of Ute Klein

— April 2015

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Ute Klein, return, 2011. Acryl, temporary wall painting, 4x26m, Kunstraum Engländerbau, Vaduz (Principality of Liechtenstein)

Ute Klein’s painting is not yet well known in Britain or the USA, but Alexander Adams says we should look out for it

Architects and public authorities with budgets to expend on site-specific art might be interested to contact and commission the Swiss painter Ute Klein. Klein (b.1965) is a painter who works within the category of Entropic art – using forces of gravity, fluid dynamics and paint chemistry to construct art over which the artist has only partial control.

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