After first devoting himself to photography, Mark Wiener, based upon observations of the photographer Irvin Penn’s process, began an approach to painting that he calls “the white surface”. This combines the acting out of a “visual story” during the creation of the work.


In “The Naked Trace” Mark Wiener comments about his technic and organic gesture of throwing, dripping and pouring paint, and thus reconcile figurative and abstract painting in an urban context where the traces and marks of the city play first role.

THE NAKED TRACE


2009/ 2010. 60’. HDV  NTSC 1080p. 1440/1080.

Shot in New York.

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