SERIAL PAINTINGS – THE GOLDEN RATIO – FIBONACCI
PAINTING, MUSIC AND SCIENCE
How to create a pictorial music or a musical painting?
A music of rhythm and notes, a painting of forms and colors.
Serial paintings are the result of pictorial, geometric and arithmetic rules build on the golden section
and colour combinations or permutations based on the Fibonacci series.
They belong to the concrete art or constructed art, Konstructiv Kunst.
Composition is the resulting scheme of harmony of proportions.
Colour is the playing result of harmony of a scale.
Matter plays with mass equilibrium.
Canvas is a dialogue between these two elements.
All paintings are oil on canvas and all the rectangular formats fall under the golden ratio or divine proportion and thus are homemade.
Ivan Sizonenko was born in Paris, France on September 1960. He has lived in Geneva, Switzerland, since December 1969.
In 1983, he obtained a master’s degree in Physics at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology locatedin Lausanne, Switzerland. In 1993, he obtained a bachelor degree in Science History and Philosophy.
After a 15-year practice in art photography during 15 years, he felt the need for a more in-depth research in colour and materials. The limitations of photography techniques had him look for a richer language that would allow him to express himself more readily. This language is painting.
The need for gesture, for a physical relationship with matter, the desire for more personal colors, real or virtual, the playing on the parameters and structure of images, such as composition, colors and materials are the origin of this turning point in his life.
“4 seasons”, Espace-L gallery, Geneva, Switzerland, 20-23 october 2021
“Paintings”, La Ferme Rosset, Troinex, Switzerland, from 9th through 26 May 2019
Mondial A3, Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland, June-July 2009
” 1999-2006 “, Ramada hotel, Geneva, Switzerland, May 2007
21ème Artex, Japanese Contemporary Art Association, Ono gallery, Tokyo, Japan, December 2004
1st international contemporary Amagasaki Art contest,
Japanese Contemporary Art Association, Shinto Isagu sanctuary,
cultural village Kamisakabe, Osaka, Japan, 9th, 10th and 11th October 2004
20th Artex Japanese Contemporary Art Association,
Ward-Nasse gallery, New-York, USA, from 2nd through 8th July 2004, Encouragement prize winner
Salon d’automne, “The Centenary”, Paris, France, from 14th through 23rd November 2003
Collective exhibition of 10 artists, ” Painting-s”,
industrial hall of Sécheron SA, Geneva, Switzerland, from 2nd through 30th May 2003
Collective exhibition with C. Maillefer, “Geometrics”,
at Cour St Pierre gallery, Geneva, Switzerland, from 12th September through 8th October 2002
” Matter-light”, Arts Chapel, Geneva, Switzerland, from 9th through 23rd May 1998
” Faces and landscapes” at Fontaine Décoration, Geneva, Switzerland, from 1st through 11th May 1996
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1205 Geneva, Switzerland