140211 #Blacky #3
Blacky strokes a closed color field with the red paint on the relevant manifestation.
She starts in the upper left corner and continues to the bottom on the right side. Finally, she fills the white gap that she left in the middle with several brush strokes.
Stroking a closed color field, which is furthermore situated in the middle of the sheet, is an action that leads toward an understanding of the paint as something that creates a visual output on the carrier surface. The action of filling the white gap in the middle shows Blacky’s understanding of it as something that produces a distinct area on the sheet of paper. This is more a formal conception than a simple examination of the materials.