'The Fluid Right Edge'
The Fluid Right Edge, Nico Krijno (1981) further develops his pioneering and avant-garde approach to photography. In a series of both colour and black-and-white images – titled sculpture and pattern studies - Krijno’s unique sensibility of being a digital painter in an age oversaturated with images is strongly present.
Krijno’s images are never illustrations. Rather they are inventions: an image that was not there before but yet escaped this non-existence almost as if by accident. Though the artist’s methodology seems thoroughly planned and carefully executed, Krijno highlighted the importance of leaving room for the accidents in a recent interview. It is the accidental and messy from which new images may emerge.