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From God to Malevich, 180 View, Left to Right, Then Reversed, To Be Viewed at an Arm’s-Length, 2009

From God to Malevich, 180 View, Left to Right, Then Reversed, To Be Viewed at an Arm’s-Length, 2009

 

Lenticular Print (framed)

Dimensions: 40" (L) x 40" (W) (Each)

 

This diptych is made of multiple prints of black polygons mounted under a set of lenticular lens. Through the use of a lenticular lens the spectator is confronted by the illusion that a “cube” is rotating on the two dimensional surface.

One linear move from the left to the right, in “reality” or three-dimensional space, constitutes a 180 degrees trip around the cube in the two-dimensional space of the picture plane. This work collapses and contradicts physical and perceived spaces. Juxtaposing the two references (Ka’aba in Mecca and Malevich’s Black Square) provides a tension between the two proposals; one divorced from any external meaning and the other one the ultimate meaning.

From God to Malevich, 180 View, Left to Right, Then Reversed, To Be Viewed at an Arm’s-Length, 2009

From God to Malevich, 180 View, Left to Right, Then Reversed, To Be Viewed at an Arm’s-Length, 2009

 

Lenticular Print (framed)

Dimensions: 40" (L) x 40" (W) (Each)

 

From God to Malevich, 180 View, Left to Right, Then Reversed, To Be Viewed at an Arm’s-Length, 2009

From God to Malevich, 180 View, Left to Right, Then Reversed, To Be Viewed at an Arm’s-Length, 2009

 

Lenticular Print (framed)

Dimensions: 40" (L) x 40" (W) (Each)

 

From God to Malevich, 180 View, Left to Right, Then Reversed, To Be Viewed at an Arm’s-Length, 2009

From God to Malevich, 180 View, Left to Right, Then Reversed, To Be Viewed at an Arm’s-Length, 2009

 

Lenticular Print (framed)

Dimensions: 40" (L) x 40" (W) (Each)

From God to Malevich, 180 View, Left to Right, Then Reversed, To Be Viewed at an Arm’s-Length, 2009

 

Lenticular Print (framed)

Dimensions: 40" (L) x 40" (W) (Each)

 

This diptych is made of multiple prints of black polygons mounted under a set of lenticular lens. Through the use of a lenticular lens the spectator is confronted by the illusion that a “cube” is rotating on the two dimensional surface.

One linear move from the left to the right, in “reality” or three-dimensional space, constitutes a 180 degrees trip around the cube in the two-dimensional space of the picture plane. This work collapses and contradicts physical and perceived spaces. Juxtaposing the two references (Ka’aba in Mecca and Malevich’s Black Square) provides a tension between the two proposals; one divorced from any external meaning and the other one the ultimate meaning.

From God to Malevich, 180 View, Left to Right, Then Reversed, To Be Viewed at an Arm’s-Length, 2009

 

Lenticular Print (framed)

Dimensions: 40" (L) x 40" (W) (Each)

 

From God to Malevich, 180 View, Left to Right, Then Reversed, To Be Viewed at an Arm’s-Length, 2009

 

Lenticular Print (framed)

Dimensions: 40" (L) x 40" (W) (Each)

 

From God to Malevich, 180 View, Left to Right, Then Reversed, To Be Viewed at an Arm’s-Length, 2009

 

Lenticular Print (framed)

Dimensions: 40" (L) x 40" (W) (Each)

From God to Malevich, 180 View, Left to Right, Then Reversed, To Be Viewed at an Arm’s-Length, 2009
From God to Malevich, 180 View, Left to Right, Then Reversed, To Be Viewed at an Arm’s-Length, 2009
From God to Malevich, 180 View, Left to Right, Then Reversed, To Be Viewed at an Arm’s-Length, 2009
From God to Malevich, 180 View, Left to Right, Then Reversed, To Be Viewed at an Arm’s-Length, 2009