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Horizon Print

Dallas Collins

United Kingdom

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The work is based on the notion of how we see this world in relation to time. I recently discovered that the human eye can see a set number of megapixels in one view point of 120 degrees. I used an image from NASA’s Ultra Deep Field (HUDF) project to pinpoint an object of dim light that's 800 million light years after the Big Bang. The picture is built up of 576 origami boxes, each one individually coloured. The intention is to visualise a moment in time that does not exist anymore. The image we see is a world of creation, a sublime mathematical anomaly that can only exist within our own perceived visual imagination.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:10 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:15.25 W x 15.25 H x 1.2 D in

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Dallas gradated from the Royal College of Art in 2001 with a Masters Degree in sculpture and foundry art practice. His former career as an aerospace engineer and his eclectic interest in science and science fiction have influenced most of his sculptural art practice for a number of years. His work has been featured in publications, exhibitions and major shows throughout the UK, Europe and USA, with numerous works in private and public art collections. In 2007, Dallas was fortunate to be short-listed for the Jerwood sculpture prize and in 2008 was commissioned by Barratt Homes to produce a major new sculpture for a new housing development near Bristol. In 2009 Dallas helped initiate an artist collective, this culminated in the group being short-listed in 2010 to represent Wales at the 54th Venice Biennale 2011. In 2017 Dallas became a network member at the Royal West of England Academy Bristol and in January 2018 he was elected as an Academician and council member of the RWA. Also this year Dallas was selected as member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. In 2020 Dallas had the privilege of being asked to joined the Board of trustee of the RWA.

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