Rebecca Chou is a Sino-American visual artist based in San Francisco, USA and Paris in France, where she exhibits frequently. Her favorite media are acrylic painting on canvas. Sometimes, too, it uses wooden or aluminum panels and paper as support. She practices photography as an extension of visual imaging tools.
Rebecca paints through the eye of her mind, offering visual experiences that open onto optical vibrations, reflections on places or time as well as resonances. His works are inspired by art history, popular culture, new technologies, scientific concepts and space explorations. Since 2015, she mainly works in reductive abstraction or constructivism. His works correspond to the concept of reductionism of the neuroscientist Nobel Eric Kandel. In his 2016 book 'Reductionism in Brain Art and Science', Kandel writes that 'reductionism - the distillation of very large scientific or aesthetic concepts into smaller and more manageable components - has been used by scientists and artists to pursue their respective truths. Rebecca's paintings invite observers to activate all regions of their brains to awaken memories, discoveries, and conceptual, structural and emotional resonances.
Rebecca also brings to her art experience managing technology companies in Silicon Valley, California. She has a BA in English and a Masters in Psychology; she also studied at the San Francisco Art Institute SFAI. She is a business management consultant and has served on the board of the Asia America MultiTechnology Association (AAMA), Silicon Valley for more than ten years. She is also an emeritus member of the SFAI board of directors.
Commenting on his reductive pieces, one critic said, "The colors are linked and the images flourish. The works look fresh, not laborious, and that's how they should be ... "
Dimension cm: 100x100x4
Edition: Unique work
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