As the title of the series The Movement Movement suggests, SupaKitch portrays the simple and fugitive element of water in its wide colour spectrum, caused by the angle of incidence of the light as well as the time of day.
SupaKitch is so utterly fascinated and inspired by the phenomenon of this transient moment that he decided to research and depict it. Therefore, the artist extracted the aesthetic essence of the intriguing element and removed the unnecessary parameters. The key aspects of SupaKitch’s water aesthetics are gesture, movement, light, colour and matter.
With SupaKitch’s background as a graffiti artist, gesture and lines are essential to his artistic expression. He approaches his motif with a continuous line or a flow, similar to automatic writing or an intuitive choreographed movement. There is no possibility for mistakes, which allows the artist to draw in one go only. The artist trusts the drawing of his hand to surprise him in the end.