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max benz
The concept of the 'deconstruction' looks for the central color-cord of a given subject, intensifies each single color tone (usually between five and ten) by increasing it's saturation and fine tuning it's tone within the cord. This tuned up spin is then put on the canvas resembling the initial subject without copying it in detail. This way the painting is inducing an intensified "taste" of the subject in the contemplators mind whereas the painter is free to concentrate on art instead of superficial likeness. Most of the later 'depaintings' are founding on a 'deconstruction' in the first place.