paint on fiberglass


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Ánimas explore the interior dimensions of mind and soul in the embodied physicality of space.
In Spanish the word anima means soul; its root ane means to breath.

Each sculpture has three kinds of inter-dimensional space that all occupy the same spatial coordinates: the concrete, volumetric space of the screens; the pictorial/volumetric space of the images produced by the paint on the screens; and the optical interference generated between the screen grids when two or more planes overlap (without coinciding), an optically real, but tactically non-existent space.

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