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'Fig. 16 Rote' (2013) oil on linen, 182x60cm
'White Square' (2013), oil on linen, 60x60cm
'Fig. 14 Analysis' (2013) oil on linen, 120x120cm
'Red Square' (2013), mixed media on linen, 120x120cm
'Blue Square' (2013), oil on linen, 120x120cm
'Green Square' (2013), oil on linen, 120x120cm
'Black Square 8' (2013), oil on linen, 120x120cm

Neil Harrison’s paintings concern location, boundary, margin, and the engagement between form and space. His figures conflate line with volume to moderate between simplicity and complexity; curvilinear and rectilinear; open and closed; particular and whole. Informed by his undergraduate study of physics, Harrison’s paintings serve as artifacts of the process of quantifying. His formal solutions address the self-sufficiency of the image, while juxtaposing iconic precision with the inexact.

NEIL HARRISON (b. 1981, Winnipeg, Canada) holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Victoria, British Columbia (2004), and a Masters of Fine Art from York University, Toronto (2013). His work has been exhibited in Canada and Switzerland. Recent exhibitions include Superabstraction, Angell Gallery, Toronto (2013); Fresh Paint/New Constructions at Art Mur in Montreal (2013) and Nine, Loop Gallery, Toronto
 (2013); Openings, Special Projects Gallery, York University
 (2012); Homecoming, Living Arts Centre, Mississauga
 (2012) and he received honorable mention in the 15th Annual RBC Canadian Painting Competition. He also exhibited with Beers Contemporary at Kunst 13, Zurich, Switzerland
. 

 



 




Neil Harrison’s paintings concern location, boundary, margin, and the engagement between form and space. His figures conflate line with volume to moderate between simplicity and complexity; curvilinear and rectilinear; open and closed; particular and whole. Informed by his undergraduate study of physics, Harrison’s paintings serve as artifacts of the process of quantifying. His formal solutions address the self-sufficiency of the image, while juxtaposing iconic precision with the inexact.

NEIL HARRISON (b. 1981, Winnipeg, Canada) holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Victoria, British Columbia (2004), and a Masters of Fine Art from York University, Toronto (2013). His work has been exhibited in Canada and Switzerland. Recent exhibitions include Superabstraction, Angell Gallery, Toronto (2013); Fresh Paint/New Constructions at Art Mur in Montreal (2013) and Nine, Loop Gallery, Toronto
 (2013); Openings, Special Projects Gallery, York University
 (2012); Homecoming, Living Arts Centre, Mississauga
 (2012) and he received honorable mention in the 15th Annual RBC Canadian Painting Competition. He also exhibited with Beers Contemporary at Kunst 13, Zurich, Switzerland
.