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Binary Vision

Tue, 2003-04-01

David's latest work, was recently scaled up to this life-size version from a 23" plaster maquette designed for a new home in Vancouver's Coal Harbour. Confronted with the spatial and material problem of an entire wall of mirror glass incorporating a 180 degree view of the city, this figure uses the mirror's doubling effect to singular advantage. Standing astride the line between real and illusory space, the figure coheres in the mind upon contact with its own reflection. Gazing at this piece which itself appears to scan the horizon, one is both drawn into its illusion and compelled by its redirection.

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