David Kroos

When high technology and visual aesthetics are united through the medium of serigraphy, the artistic product is a visual maze of color and line.  David Kroos uses found objects, computer circuit plates which date to the 1950's, as the sources for his designs.  He removes sections of the plate, making an etching directly from it and then uses this impression to prepare the screens for printing. His early work maintained a strict geometric regularity, but recently he has been much more spontaneous in his approach, allowing the work to flow freely, taking advantage of interesting accidental arrangements.