Tilted Plane (detail), 2011.  Courtesy of Hosfelt Gallery.

Tilted Plane (detail), 2011. Courtesy of Hosfelt Gallery.


On view starting today, December 14th at Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco is a solo exhibition by Jim Campbell, “Tilted Plane,” a room-sized installation that tests the boundary between abstraction and representation and explores the perception and interpretation of our experiences. Physically and technologically, Campbell has been investigating the concept of ‘exploding’ two-dimensional, digital imagery into three dimensions for several years. In “Tilted Plane,” Campbell extends the concept further by expanding the distance between each light source, enabling viewers to physically enter the piece, while also significantly reducing the amount of data generating the illusion of moving imagery.



“Tilted Plane” is on view through January 25th, 2013.


For more information visit Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco.


Recent SFAQ Picks:

SFAQ Pick: “From her come a gang and a run” solo exhibition by B. Ingrid Olson at Document, Chicago. Opening Saturday, December 14th.

SFAQ Pick: Supreme condominium exhibition at Will Brown, San Francisco. Open Sundays 12-4pm.

SFAQ Pick: “SEEMless” solo exhibition by Jonah Susskind at City Limits new location in Oakland, CA. Opening tonight, December 13th.