Hunt Rettig

Atmospheric River, 2019

Hunt Rettig

Atmospheric River, 2019

Polyester film, synthetic rubber & acrylic

45 x 23 in

Icarus 4.1, 2017

Hunt Rettig

Icarus 4.1, 2017

Polyester film, synthetic rubber & acrylic

48 x 48 in

Myopic, 2018

Hunt Rettig

Myopic, 2018

Polyester film, synthetic rubber & acrylic

23 x 23 x 2 in

Random Structure, 2017

Hunt Rettig

Random Structure, 2017

Polyester film, synthetic rubber & acrylics

41 x 33 in

Untitled, 2017

Hunt Rettig

Untitled, 2017

Polyester film, synthetic rubber & acrylics

41.50 x 33.50 in

Untitled, 2018

Hunt Rettig

Untitled, 2018

Polyester film, synthetic rubber & acrylic

22.50 x 44.50 in

Dripped Drop, 2019

Hunt Rettig

Dripped Drop, 2019

Polyester film, synthetic rubber & acrylic

40 x 30 in

Laws of Nature, 2019

Hunt Rettig

Laws of Nature, 2019

Polyester film, synthetic rubber & acrylic

40 x 38 in

Multiple Guess, 2019

Hunt Rettig

Multiple Guess, 2019

Polyester film, synthetic rubber & acrylic

33 x 32 in

Parsifal Falls Apart, 2019

Hunt Rettig

Parsifal Falls Apart, 2019

Polyester film, synthetic rubber & acrylic

23 x 23 in

Untitled, 2019

Hunt Rettig

Untitled, 2019

Polyester film, synthetic rubber & acrylic

23 x 23 in

Untitled (green), 2019

Hunt Rettig

Untitled (green), 2019

Polyester film, synthetic rubber & acrylic

44.50 x 33 in

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Hunt Rettig
“Familiar patterns connect us as one, like source code.” Biomorphic shapes seen in Rettig’s work suggest sensual elements omnipresent in nature. “If it didn’t exist, if it didn’t resonate, we wouldn’t be here.” Hunt Rettig is known for his 3D assemblages that produce the illusion of 2D digital images. Self-process-based discipline is a continual quest to transform quotidian material into the sublime. In Rettig’s hands, moldable synthetics and reflective acrylics become encapsulated sculptures implying kinetic movement if not actuating it. He has been drawn to the op and kinetic art movement since adolescence. An explorer of both geographic and psychological terrain, Rettig is most at home on a dirt path or body of water observing “familiar patterns that connect us as one, like source code.” Biomorphic shapes seen in Rettig’s work suggest sensual elements omnipresent in nature. “If it didn’t exist, if it didn’t resonate, we wouldn’t be here.”
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