Dutch artist KEES GOUDZWAARD has done these dreamy abstract pieces using tape. They look a little like the process involved in old fashioned photography where you use tape to piece negatives together. The pieces have a real ephemeral tranlucent feel about them and remind me or Mark Rothko.
Born in 1958 and living and working in Antwerp, Belgium. Eva Wittocx describes Goudzwaard's process: "Kees Goudzwaard's creates his paintings by transferring paper models, compositions he applies to the canvas using sheets of paper and tape."
|Setting for White (2011)|
The result is beautiful composition and a strong comment on colour, boundaries and process. I think they are a beautiful change from the more literal uses of tape we see being used in illustrative manners. Here is it more about the negative space and the concept of masking.
You can see more of his work here: http://www.keesgoudzwaard.org/