In modernist abstraction the emphasis was placed on the authenticity of an artist’s expression, where the creative spontaneity of a gesture is what made it unique. However, in Rudolf’s paintings his original brushstrokes are selected, dislocated, and carefully reconsidered. The idea of the synthetic is important to Rudolf’s work and is conveyed through his use of acid-colour, fluorescent, and faux metallic paint. His super-saturated surfaces, which are multi-layered with exaggerated textures, convey the commodified seduction of plastic, as well as the luminous glow of digital screens.

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