Seda Saar

Saar’s brief training in architecture is evident in her art, which
employs geometry and perspective to create bold illusions of depth
and space. Structure and her affinity for formalism and minimalism
informs much of her work. Mastering linear perspective, Saar
produces illusions of three-dimensional forms by superimposing
many vibrant two-dimensional lines. In many of her paintings and
prints, as well as sculptures and environments Saar uses gradients
of blocks of colors, concentric forms, geometry and golden ratios to
form striking and rhythmic compositions, which vibrate with visual
energy. In her sculpture and more monochromatic work, Saar
achieves a fragmented sense of collapsed geometry. She is known
for her mastery of optical intrigue and the psychology of space.