David Spriggs creates nearly 3-dimensional sculptures from acrylic painting on multiple sheets of transparent mylar. Viewed straight on, the images have an almost holographic feel, shifting around without freezing in a singularly unchanging form. From the side, the process of one’s viewing experience is revealed in the horizontally stacked, sequential sheets of rendered information. Color and density of mark give a glimpse into a subtle, abstract object – galaxies, tunnels, and nebulous forms edging towards red and blue shifts.
Check out his website: David Spriggs, especially if you are interested in cosmology, perception, and virtual modes of representation.