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The point of departure for the paintings was the packaging of various products: unfolded boxes decorated with vivid colour fields and abstract patterns. Batyko is drawn to this subject primarily because of its visual aspects; structured with folds and perforations, the mostly geometrically patterned, flattened paper boxes allow him to experiment with a novel approach to hard edge painting in terms of both attitude and technique.
Batyko partly returns to the reduced formal devices of his first series (tapes, logos), and simultaneously he effectuates a technical reduction: he breaks with the multi-layered surface consisting of various pictorial structures, and instead, he works with a thin, single coat of paint, sometimes burnished, resulting in a print-like effect. The closed door, like the surface of the box in the present series, is a plane that shuts something away, conceals something, and the painting depicting it is a two-dimensional projection of this plane.