Euclidian Emptiness Number One Malcolm Rains
- Light Interference Pigments on Aluminum Panel
- 36 × 58.25 inches
91.44 × 147.96 cm
Using interference pigments that refract and reflect light so that a different color and experience occurs as the viewer moves, artist Malcolm Rains creates a surface that is at once austere and rich. Titled Euclidean Emptiness Number One, the artist refers to a seeming oxymoron in Euclidean geometry in which space is at once empty and limitless. The work is in keeping with Rains' exploration of a theme that seeks a conceptual, even mystical, connection with the viewer.