Signed, titled and dated lower centre "FLONDOR, ALUNECARE II, 1967"; signed, titled and dated on the back "Constantin Flondor, Plutire III - Alunecare, 1967"
Constantin Flondor is preoccupied with analysing through geometry the primordial elements of air and earth. He is a founding member of the neo-Constructivist group 111 which acquired an international reputation in 1969 when it participated in the Biennale of Constructivism in Nuremberg. Until 1980 he was also part of Sigma, a group of Utopia-driven artists influenced by Bauhaus. Years of artistic research and experiment, as well as an interest in mathematics, cybernetics and bionics led Flondor to the creation of an interdisciplinary oeuvre with complex ramifications.