This project started off life as a question; how many categories of art can one piece merge through? At first the work began as an object, a Rubik's Cube. Then it's next iteration was to be transformed into a painting. This painting was then constructed as a piece of Land Art, a method which utilises the landscape as a canvas for art. The scenes were then photographed and deconstructed, leaving the imagery as the only final representation of an artwork transitioned through four different categories of art.
With the space provided this is the most true representation of the painting.
Experimenting with scale and form allowed for this 3D structure.
The site here gave the feeling of a river flowing through a built up area, much like the Thames in London.
This scene takes the most object oriented form of transcription.