Ingrid Ludt


Artist Statement

Inertia is nature's enemy. Without movement, dynamism, or change, nature becomes nothing. In actively seeking and discovering motion of the biosphere, Ingrid Ludt channels its vibrations into painted and sculpted gestures. Her specific interest in trees, rocks and conglomerate forms are realized through experimentations with geometric shapes and silhouettes, which often appear as fractured bursts of linear motion. Each composition is contained within a fixed area, using the dimensions of the ceremonial mandala both as a system of measurement and an inquiry into harmonies beyond physical limits. Ludt's linear networks of volcanic formations and heavy, crystallized bursts of earth reflect not only a respectful fascination with geological processes and oddities, but an understanding of how these elements build the shifting world we live in.

Ingrid Ludt, Untitled

Ingrid Ludt, Untitled, Flasche on canvas, 24 x 20 inches, 2021.

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