TELEVISUALITY

TELEVISUALITY

In Televisuality, Mull presents the beginnings of a multi-year project. Here, ten works on aluminum carriages made with materials ranging from printed, stretched and folded organza, overprinted iridescent foil, and glitter infused archival resin hang in clear sequence. Mull sets the tone with works that assume the structure and appearance of painting in the traditional sense, yet also conjure a re-formation and re-structuring of art today. Mull’s use of drawing and imaging (as opposed to self identification with a given métier) acts to guide his inquiry into a larger conception of art making that transcends object production. Writing in the current issue of Los Angeles based publication Flaunt, Shana Nys Dambrot describes a core characteristic of Mull’s project as: “Not telegenic, as in looking good on TV. Televisual, as in his work being inherently predisposed to its own dissemination. Neither a specific aesthetic or medium, televisuality is a quality d’esprit.”

TELEVISUALITY

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