Clear Plastic, Wooden frame, Gesso, Video projection
Painting installation that questions the relevance of traditional oil painting in the digital age. The projected paint bypasses the canvas and hits the wall, suggesting an end to the canvas’s utility. Similarly, the artificiality of the yellow paint is a playful interpretation of natural sunlight. The canvas answers back by providing a sense of form and tangibility that the projection lacks. The interaction of the two on the edge of the cutout represents a resolve to the argument. Both are worthy in a different, but equal way.