ConceptAs pursuing an intermediate dimensionality between two-dimensional paintings and three-dimensional sculptures, the idea for this work initially began with an... Read More
As pursuing an intermediate dimensionality between two-dimensional paintings and three-dimensional sculptures, the idea for this work initially began with an experimental attempt to manipulate the vanishing point and perspective within the artwork, in the manner of Giorgio de Chirico's paintings.
In this work, the outlines of a space , drawn with a one-point perspective based on mathematical theory, are highlighted on the surface of the leather on the C-shaped and Y-shaped two wooden panels.
The equal arrangement of vertical bars composed of two different lengths and thicknesses emphasizes the sense of perspective of the drawn space, and the triangular pattern inside the area where the bars are aligned renders another virtual plane in perception that is intersecting with the drawn space.
Furthermore, by rotating the panel on the pivot of the attached bolts, the frame of the work itself is transformed from a two-dimensional structure to a three-dimensional structure, and the third vanishing point emerges, following the first vanishing point by one-point perspective and the perceptual second vanishing point by the triangular arrangement of vertical bars.
Thus, with its multiple vanishing points and intersecting depths, this artwork attempts to play with the idea of perceiving more than one spatial and temporal perspective at the same moment, interfering with our perceptual characteristics through the spatial composition and manipulation, such as the shape of the frame, the embossment on the surface, and the repetitive arrangement of simple geometric elements.