
Cube (Isometric 1 and 2)  2012
Waterjet cut aluminum
Edition: 3
Cube (Isometric 1): 91cm x 86cm x .3cm (36" x 34" x 1/8")
Cube (Isometric 2): 91cm x 81cm x .3cm (36" x 32" x 1/8")
Photo: Toni Hafkenscheid
Exhibition history: Art Toronto, 2012; Katzman Kamen Gallery, Toronto, ON, 2012
Cube (Isometric 1 and 2) represent isometric views of a cube that has been "extruded up" from a two dimensional drawing. These wall works are related to the sculpture Cube which is built in layers from the same twodimensional plan view. The source plan derives from four identical baroque tile designs, each rotated one quarter turn and placed together to form a square. Cube (Isometric 1 and 2) reference wire frame computer imaging techniques used to represent threedimensional objects in twodimensions. The underlying pattern inflects the surfaces of the cubes, shifting them away from the purely minimal.

