Ink, acrylic, enamel on thermoplastic and panel
60 x 48 x 4.5 in
This series of wall sculptures was begun in 2020 by injecting color into the grayscale “Drawings in Three Dimensions.” Central to both of these series is a sketchbook whose entries are approached like visual puzzles. An experiment in pareidolia, the sketches begin with a few abstract black marks on a white page and are “solved” by the application of arbitrary rules. The finished compositions invite interpretation by the viewer like seeing shapes in clouds. These two-dimensional drawings are brought up to the third dimension by breaking them apart and reconstructing them as objects. I recreate lines and forms with hand-shaped and painted pieces of thermoplastic mounted on panels. When viewed frontally, the sculptures often appear as little more than lines on a page. However, they reveal their dimensionality when viewed from other angles, challenging the notion that the truth of anything can be fully known from a fixed perspective.
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