Abstraction and computer graphics come together in “Paint,” Trudy Benson’s exhibition named after the Windows program that entertained many children of the ’80s for hours on end. The screenlike flatness of Benson’s canvases-featuring overlapping geometric shapes and striped patterns-is tempered by her thickly applied swaths of paint. Instead of “scribbling” with a mouse back and forth across a screen, Benson carefully empties what looks like an entire tube of paint in long, thick strands.
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