pars integralis - PAINT
Rienbart begins to work with the stretched canvas and following it's geometrical shape he makes geometrical forms on it.
Then he starts to work from his point of view towards the canvas.
To do so he decided to use only one form, to match the stretched canvas.
He choose the sculpture of the head of a young woman, that has been with him during his whole life.
With it's outline he makes organic forms on the canvas.
In the new patterns and forms that arise, the two perceptions become one:
just like us, an entity of both logic and intuition.
The patterns and forms in turn show how perception can be different,
can be linked up and can coexist.