:ModulArt is Leda Luss Luyken's original and unique technique of painting that she has experimented with and continuously developed since 1996.
Multiple canvas modules are mounted onto a steel frame and remain movable amongst themselves and within the painting as a whole. Changing the basic configuration of a painting leads to a variation of its theme, a varied story and a new aesthetic may be created in the picture. The painting is in motion, offering alternative views and alternative interpretations. "A new way of motion in painting" (Denys Zacharaopoulos).
:ModulArt tackles the challenge that works of art "should not be seen as fixed entities" but as objects of change and movement "to include time and space in a new manner. At core is the phenomenology of human experience" (Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev).
Luss Luyken's paintings are characterized by the combination of juxtapositions, in particular: