Addition and subtraction are at the heart of Kadar Brock's paintings. In some pieces he adds layers and layers of paint, which he then sands down to a worn, exposed minimum. His latest works takes the forgotten scraps from this process and transforms them into birght, gestural abstracts. Brock describes his own methodology as "part of a larger ecology... They're taking a romantic relationship with gesture, mark-making and content and placing it into the realm of ritual, roleplaying and performance."