David Dellagi


Acrylic on canvas
110 x 90 x 2.5 cm
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David Dellagi

About the artist

“I like to think of my paintings as reminiscent of the magic kaleidoscopes of my childhood. I would hold the kaleidoscope up to my eyes and, by turning the end of the tube, transform the vision into magical patterns of light, colour and form.

David Dellagi’s practice aims primarily to “sculpt with light and colour to create a dynamic, three-dimensional abstract universe that has some optical connection to figuration”. Through the intricate combinations of geometric polygons the artist explores the notion of dynamism on the canvas. The starting point of each painting is always the creation of an analogue collage, which Dellagi subsequently manipulates through various digital and pictorial processes.

A member of the BKF (Danish Visual Artists) and the Danske Grafikere (Danish Graphics Association), David Dellagi has taught at the Københavns Kunstskole in Copenhagen and the Rudersdal Billedskole in Rudersdal and has also been an occasional guest lecturer at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and the Bjørn Ignatius Øckenholts Billedskole. In 2019 the film magazine Balthazar art publishes his article “The independent filmmaker and the institution – The myth about Harry Smith”. Between 2014 and 2015 he directs together with Adam Fenton two curatorial projects called: Reality Hype Phase I: Mr. Banks Has a Mental Breakdown and Reality Hype Phase II: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Reality.