Warren Isensee

Warren Isensee's works are bold and bright with a pop sensibility. Juxtaposed concentric bands of color construct architectural blocks that evoke slabs, columns, halls, and tunnels. These forms hold the viewers attention over time with their pulsing movement and take the viewers’ eyes on a structured journey. Isensee jokes that his pieces are “perpetual motion fields” that capture light with “no batteries required.” His humorous approach to modernist conventions and flat compositions is reminiscent of Bridget Riley and Peter Halley.