The Jack Pine Remembered Installation


A detail of Tom Thompson’s The Jack Pine was digitized and rendered in 1440 pixels in a range of 40 colours. Each pixel was then translated into a 3 x 3 x 6” square tubular aluminum extrusion. Each extrusion was painted and clear coated with an industrial coating system and stacked within a frame. The result is a free-standing, double-sided image structure.

-Panya Clark Espinal

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