(Australia 29 Oct 1933– )
295.0 x 360.0cm overall:
a - (golden yellow panel); 44.2 x 117cm
b - (long thin light blue panel); 15.2 x 176.5cm
c - (large red/green panel); 118.6 x 230.5cm
d - (long thin green panel); 148 x 18cm
e - (Long thin dark blue panel); 293.8 x 15.8cm
f - (yellow panel); 61.8 x 131.5cm
g - (orange panel); 48.5 x 108cm
'Infinex lumina #4', from Sydney Ball’s recent 'Infinex' series, builds upon his modular works of the 1960s. It presents a number of shaped canvases in a deliberate arrangement on a white wall. The individual shapes relate to each other in various combinations, both in terms of their form and colour. There is an exquisite subtlety of saturated and vibrating colour, which produces a poetic optical effect.
Ball’s work was pivotal to the development of a decidedly Australian version of international colour-field painting. In 1968 it was shown in the landmark exhibition 'The field', held at the National Gallery of Victoria and the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the first comprehensive exhibition of Australian colour-field painting.
'Curators & Coordinators' reports' by Natalie Wilson., Foundation Newsletter #18 Jun 2011, Jun 2011, (colour illus.).
Sullivan+Strumpf, Zetland (Australia) (Author), Sydney Ball, Infinex, Sydney, 2011. cat.no. 2
Sydney Ball: Infinex (2011), Sullivan+Strumpf, Zetland, 07 Apr 2011–23 Apr 2011.