Synthetic polymer paint on linen
40 x 30 inches
Born in London, Cain Caser is also an artist who got his start as a graffiti writer at age 12. Caser started painting inside the studio in 2010, where he creates “Hypnagogic Portraits” that employ bright and intense colors to create a geometrically abstract reference to a figure. Through methods of collage, Caser cuts up works on paper to create a sketch or “maquette” that he then translates to the canvas. Caser sees his artwork as influenced by both his experience as a graffiti writer and also his time immersed in rave culture in his late teens. This piece was on display in A Major Minority group exhibition at Mirus Gallery August 2017.
* The background of the piece is more neon pink than a digital camera can capture
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