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Spectrum Test
by Panayiotis Terzis

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24 pages
18 x 25 cm
Four colour risograph
Saddle stitch
Third edition of 300
2018

Spectrum Test signalled a new direction for the NYC-based artist when it was first published in 2012; forms melt and bleed into each other in ultra-saturated washes of colour. Vibrant hues rendered in gouache clash and combine, calibrating the eye. Terzis draws imagery from the ancient past, far future, and space age present to collapse all eras within a maelstrom of vibrating colour.

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Undercurrents in international publishing, est. 2011 (London, UK)

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