Geoform is an online scholarly resource and curatorial project whose focus is the use of geometric form and structure in contemporary abstract art being made by artists from around the world.
Geoform explores, documents and celebrates the rich diversity of style and aesthetic intent that characterizes this broad vein of contemporary non-objective abstraction. Such diversity attests to the profound resonance that geometric form and structure have had for people across time and place.
Geoform is edited by Julie Karabenick (juliekarabenick.com). It has been online since May, 2005.
• Artists— Participating artists may be found under “all artists.” Each artist’s individual page presents: images of artwork, an artist statement and various types of contact information. To see additional or more recent work by an individual artist, please follow that artist’s contact information.*
• Interviews—In-depth, richly illustrated interviews with some of the participating artists may be found under “all interviews.” The interviews are developed through a variety of ways—studio visits, email, Skype and phone conversations—over the course of months or longer.
Please note that Geoform does not act as a commercial agent for any of the participating artists. Appropriate channels for making sales inquiries are presented on each artist’s individual page under his or her contact information.
Geoform is no longer adding artists to the project. Once again, to see more recent work for a particular artist, please follow up via their contact information.
Thank you very much for your interest in Geoform.
*Please note: If an artist’s contact information is out of date or not functioning, and you also are unable to contact the artist via his/her gallery or galleries listed under contact information, almost all of Geoform’s participating artists have an online presence—a Google search will undoubtedly find them.