Imperceptible Affinities, 2015
Acrylic on canvas
IMPERCEPTIBLE AFFINITIES utilize tessellation models to create random, irregular, and asymmetric geometric forms that can be navigated visually only through physical movement around the work. The shapes in the paintings loosely relate to each other, to shadows and to a dark background that is activated through more geometric shapes made up of different black paints and gloss mediums. What results are images that are at once both planar and sculptural, both two- and three-dimensional (and four-dimensional as well, if you include the time of the spectator’s movement before the work).