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bring

to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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Here Scotto di Luzio's style is close to Expressionism, bringing to mind Munch or Grosz, but ground up into a mixture made from electronic and computer graphics.
These elements blur into one another, bringing to mind a certain sense of speed; the paints must have been swept down (or up) the canvas in a single gesture while still wet (this "wet on wet" technique is a consistent feature of Frize's work).
For the artist, this small "anomalous wave" arising in a bedroom (bringing to mind a recent piece of his in the form of a pool agitated like the surface of the sea) signifies the mental energy that accompanies manifestations of existence, even during sleep.