Composition Colour and spatial perception works

Here are a few new works that continue the series briefly mentioned earlier dealing with random compositional arrangements (although the cropping and selection is of course not a passive act, so perhaps chance arrangements is a better description). These are created by computer mapping simple elements like coloured blocks, dominoes and coloured sticks, which have been dropped onto a gridded table. In addition some faces of the cubes have been rendered invisible blending with the flat wooden background, setting up a tension between 2D pattern and 3D spatial illusion. Giving the pieces a spatial ambiguity that subtly grabs the attention of the viewer. The potential in these works is massive and this series is continuing as fast as I can to explore tints, representational elements in space, and variations in the degree of spatial tension and ambiguity.

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About Phil Lambert

Visual artist based in Cardiff
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