The Scaffolding Effect: New Works By Matthew Agcolicol

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"Through articulating our realization of ambiguities we are forced to research and solve and interpret any situation. Assessing problems introduces rationality upon the unexplainable only to progress towards higher thinking. Thus many results will be developed at a level that creatively excels and innovates.

Not to be confused with the teaching methodology used in primary education “The Scaffolding Effect” consists of a series of paintings individually guiding the viewer through disassembled man-made structures ranging from ancient to contemporary times. The dissection of structures in each painting serve as renewed design elements to representing my condition of research and interpretation.

Without modern day technology the scaffold along with the ladder are common temporary structures/tools found at a construction site. In this series of paintings an assemblage of these tools represent a pathway as the realization of ambiguities. Ancient engineers and architects not only designed but also innovated new technology to construct these grand-scaled structures.

Innovation with intention is the goal for every creative mind alike. With this body of paintings “The Scaffolding Effect” I wish to convey for each individual viewer to question the intention with everything. We will then transcend beyond the surface of our materials and ultimately innovate with proper intention." - Matthew Agcolicol

About Thumbprint Gallery

Founded in 2009, Thumbprint Gallery curates monthly exhibitions featuring emerging, mid-career, and established artists with a focus on urban art and pop surrealism. The gallery seeks to provide an engaging atmosphere to view art by bringing people together in appreciation and support of local, national, and international artists.
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