The third fructa talk hosted artists Laszlo Thorsen-Nagel, who develops his own minimalist pictorial language in his paintings. Through ink transparency and opacity, line density and space, he creates visual compositions that develop their own radiance.
Laszlo Thorsen-Nagel studied in New York at Parsons The New School for Design and has lived in Marfa, in the Texas desert, for six years. Inspired by light and landscape and the spirit of the place, he uses the techniques of Sumi painting, Japanese ink on paper, canvas and clay, and self-bound brushes in a meditative process to create a natural light in his work.
The Arte Documentation "Art in the Desert" by von Claudia Müller provides a brief insight into his work.
He lives in Marfa, Texas, USA.