Playing with art.

Playing with lines and volumes.

Creating and modifying spaces, reticles, traceries.

Playing with transparency and the invisible.


Gertrude Goldschmid also known as Gego (1912–1994) produced a range of line-based abstract work, including drawings, prints, and wire artworks.

Networks, links, overlays, connections, combinations…are not just technological concepts. They can be part of a dialogue between artist and public, concepts that children can understand and experiment with art.

Photos: Gego, “Reticulárea”, 1969

More about Gego here and here.