Wednesday, March 25, 2009

From the Archives: 1992




Whilst cleaning out the shed, I came across these slides. No kidding. They were in a bin in the shed.
This was taken at the old sculpture studio at U of Ottawa. I was doing these large abstact paintings at the time and had constructed a screen of found debris to hang in front. The hanging piece was meant to echo the shapes in the painting and it, in turn was painted with black and white.


The viewer was invited to walk in the space between the painting and the hanging.


This may have been inspired by seeing footage of Jackson Pollock painting on clear glass, the viewpoint being from the other side of the glass.

3 comments:

WorkingWords100 said...

I love your piece!

Very cool and intersting.

redcatdance said...

Tim this still works. Nice.

Maybe you'll find the sculpture in a box too?

laura_grace said...

Nice and soothing. I find it interesting that your shapes almost form words in collage. Even back then. Thanks for sharing. Laura, your sister-in-law.