Co-commissioned by the Sharjah Biennial 9- 2009
David Spriggs is a Montreal based artist whose influences from Futurism and Cubism to current digital media art and cinema results in a hybridization of media forms to create a unique spatial image system.
David paints and draws topographical cross-sections of a subject onto sheets of transparent film. The sheets are then specifically spaced and hung apart to reveal the appearance of three-dimensional forms in a state of suspension. The multiple image planes together establish a perspective in which the viewer can alter their viewing angle to change the 'image form' as one walks around the piece, resulting in the dematerialization of the picture plane.
To view more of David Sprigg's work, check out his website.