The works of Jonny Niesche (born 1972, Sydney, Australia) challenge the viewer’s perception through the masterful use of space and color. The perception of his works, in fact, is distorted by the position of the light and the viewer who, somehow, becomes part of the work.
With a continuous experimentation of technologies and materials, his paintings and sculptures induce meditation and have an almost hypnotic appeal.
His work recall the work of great artists such as Donald Judd and James Turrell.
Jonny Niesche achieved his abstract and minimal style after devoting himself to realist painting for a long time.