Seria 2. 1972 [Click to view]

Printed paper and acrylic on hardboard, cotton strings. 195 x 115 cm

Strings and a stepped, striped background produce iridescent colour effects as the spectator moves past.

Seria 1. 1971 [Click to view]

Printed paper and acrylic on hardboard, cotton strings. 122 x 137 cm

A large example of several similar works using strings and a stepped, striped background to produce iridescent colour effects.

Curve. 1972  [Click to view]

Printed paper on board, cotton strings. 78 x 78 cm

Vertically curved background and strings stretched on a horizontal curve produce strikingly vibrant colour effects as the viewer moves past the work.

Owned by Ó. Johnson & Kaaber Ltd., Reykjavík

Triad. 1972    [Click to view]

Acrylic and printed paper on hardboard, cotton strings.

3 hinged units, 160 x 80 cm when fully open.

This piece is constructed in a fashion similar to the triptychs of mediaeval churches and can be viewed closed, partly open or fully open. Colours alter when seen from different viewpoints.

Section. 1972          [Click to view]

Painted wooden relief. 90 x 90 cm

Colours reflect and change when the piece is seen from different viewpoints.

Tork. 1971     [Click to view]

Painted wood with electric motor. 59 x 59 x 50 cm

This piece stands on short legs like a small table. The rotating disc gives an effect like ripples in water constantly moving out from the centre.

Time Piece. 1971     [Click to view]

Painted card on wood with painted tacks and electric motor. 100 cm

With thousands of dots of primary colour and small nails, this piece takes a minute to make one revolution while the colours softly change.

Nail Piece. 1971       [Click to view]

Painted card on wood with painted tacks. 49 x 49 x 43 cm

Dots of primary colour and small nails cause colours to change as the viewer moves around the piece.

Strabo. 1971 [Click to view]

Printed paper and acrylic on hardboard, cotton strings, 78 x 78 cm

A stepped, striped background reacts with strings and their shadows to produce subtle iridescent colour changes when viewed from different angles.

Owned by the Teacher Training University, Reykjavík.

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