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Flat Cube
"Flat Cube Component Three-of-Six"
2005
Oil on canvas
12" x 12"
Documentation still of "Flat Cube"
2005
Autonomous digital collage
Dimensions variable
"Flat Cube Component Five-of-Six"
2005
Oil on canvas
12" x 12"
Documentation still of "Flat Cube"
2005
Autonomous digital collage
Dimensions variable


Flat Cube
Oil paintings and original software
The paintings are 12" x 12"; the autonomous digitial collage resizes automatically to match the display monitor or projection.
2005

Exhibited at "The Square Foot Show" at Art Gotham
September 2005
New York, NY

Autonomous dynamic collage new-media piece, created with video stills of process of creating six oil paintings (conceived of as planes virtually assembled into a cube, then flattened) exploring what can be visualized if six paintings are squished into one plane and time is scrambled.

The new-media piece could not be seen if the paintings were not made; the paintings exist in order to illuminate the smashing-of-space and blending-of-time concept. The new-media piece was exhibited in my open studio; the six oil paintings were shown at Art Gotham concurrently.

Here is a short clip which simulates the new-media piece:



Flat Cube is the second of three pieces described in this brief explanation of concepts and methods: