Geometric forms in gradations of color dance across Lui Ferreyra’s paintings, breaking up the two-dimensional visual field into discrete fragments to evoke three-dimensional space. Starting with photos, he composes an image he likes, redefines it in a grid, then paints each segment, adjusting where necessary to create a unified canvas. Whether it’s a nude body or a landscape, Ferreyra says, “My work is about the act of seeing itself—a breakdown and transposition of raw, visual information in which the very language in use is being emphasized and celebrated. It’s minding the particulars of experience and eloquently transcribing them. Except instead of words, I use shapes of color.” The finished painting acts as a window between figurative representation and abstract expression, allowing the viewer to choose where to focus.