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Jackson Pollock


Günter Bachelier

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Actionpainting

Jackson Pollock (1912 - 1956) was one of the most important artists of the modern American painting, who had a great influence on the European painting as well, thus he had inserted the actionpainting with his painting technique dripping since 1946.

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Dripping

With the development of this painting technique dripping he has done a radical breaking with the traditional, academically painting form, as he did not lay on the colours with a brush, but let the liquid colours flow on a painting ground. When combining the spontaneous moving of the receptacle of the colours (for example a tin with a hole in it, or a stick that was dipped into the colours) with the effect of the physical forces on the colours, colour paits arise, which are on the one hand chaotic and on the other hand they can be influenced.

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The artist's influence

When fixing a couple of parameters you can have many ways of influence on the developing process of a work. To these belong viscosity of the colours, the size of the hole, the height between the receptacle of the colour and the below painting underground, the used colours, drying times between the lay on of different colours.

Besides this influencing factors you can control the movement while the run of the colours. But the control only belongs to the principal terms, like leaving out a colour in certain parts of the painting ground, or the density of the colour in the painted part.

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Dripping as a form of self-organizing painting

As physical forces, like the gravitation while the falling of the colours and the surface stress when laying on the colours on a still wet ground, is useful for the shaping of the picture, the dripping can be interpreted as a special case of self-organizing painting.

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