Tape installation at the Museum of Selfies in Glendale, CA, by Darel Carey.


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Line sequences in varied configurations create an illusion of dimension. I call this Dimensionalization. Two dimensions can be perceived as three, and vice versa. On a two-dimensional space, a flat surface, many lines juxtaposed in varying distances at different points can be perceived as three-dimensional. In a three-dimensional space, following a similar concept, lines moving from the floor to the wall to the ceiling can appear to occupy space in mid-air from various vantage points, which creates a perceived topographical space, transforming the visualized landscape of an area.

This dimensionalizing art compels you to look at a surface or a space differently, to contemplate your own perception and the environment around you. My goal is to navigate the line between what we see and what is, in hopes of better understanding the breadth of our visual perception.

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Tape Installation at the Museum of Selfies in Glendale, California