To fully apprehend Vision requires to move around the installation.
The shape thus becomes now concave, now convex, and this “vision” is alternately an explosion, an implosion. The Big Bang is made tangible, palpable, thanks to the stratification and superimposition processes, creating a “foliated space”.
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David Spriggs is currently based in Vancouver, Canada. He works a lot on the interaction between 2D and 3D. Through his work, he explores the representation and strategies of power, the symbolic meanings of colours, and the thresholds of form and perception. Spriggs uses a technique he refined in 1999 by layering multiple painted images in space to created unique, ephemeral large-scale works of 3D art.
Sound design by Rupert Rose
With the support of CALQ