Red Stack I (2014)
Relief by Richard Scott


  • Relief, Other
  • One of a kind artwork
  • Size: 23.62 × 23.62 × 3.54 in / 23.62 × 23.62 in (actual image size)
  • Signed and numbered on the back

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Richard Scott

United Kingdom

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Artist's description:

The 'Red Stack' Series series takes the simplest of elements, a red disk in transparent vinyl, representing the singular coordinate point (0,0,0) and repeats it throughout the stack. On ‘Red Stack I’ the point is repeated 10 times, with each in the same ‘origin’ position, or ‘in phase’, suggesting an implied tubular extrusion, extended through reflection at the rear. As the series progresses, as in ‘Red Stack II’, these points drift increasingly out of phase. The effect of phase-shifting tends towards formlessness; like smoke, clouds and the mixing of fluids.

Materials used:

Laser-cut acrylic, vinyl, steel fixings

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