Matteucci has covered the walls with thousands of colored squares of paper, like pixels in a glitching digital image. However, the squares are made with wood block prints using the four-color ink process called CMYK. The artist explains his position on the threshold between the digital and the analog.
Joseph Gallivan interviews artist Noah Matteucci and gallerist Jamie Wilson about Matteucci’s show “Random 8” at Agenda Gallery.
During the day you can find Noah working in the Fine Arts Department at WSU Vancouver.