"The Fourth Space" is a space that is not past, present or future. Digital Cubism attempts to explore a simultaneous multiplicity of space enabled by technological devices. It is complicated by the shifting proportions and relativity of each of the composite spaces. Technology enables multiple digital views that both expand and compress time. This exhibit invites the viewer to consider how our conception of time and presence is being profoundly changed by mobile digital communications. The man texting in this series represents multiple places in time set in important Canadian landscapes.
My most recent Digital Cubist work are screen prints that create optical instability of the human form to convey the diffusion of physical location enabled by digital communications. Please see my work in the Recent Work section of this website.
Diffusion Man 16"x20" Silkscreen on paper
After Emily Carr 36" x 48" Acrylic on Canvas 8.20.14