Perpetual sizing (or scale) changes the presence of a specific artwork or series of artworks, creating varied perception at different levels. Not unlike a kinetic sculpture, which can be observed in motion, perpetual scale of printed art adds practically a hidden third dimension to two-dimensional art space, and even advances into temporal arts territory with different artwork scale recognition at differential points in time. In other words, borrowing the physics term "spacetime continuum", perpetual scale delivers exactly that - a continuous and infinitely variable perception of a single or series of, essentially, 2D art pieces as a morphing 4D comprehension of the art pieces in different scale and at multiple time points - or in a full artspace continuum. This effectively bridges over to temporal arts, such as music, theater, cinema, TV, dance, etc, by creating its own projected 2D through 4D universe. It’s a brilliantly simple, yet innovative approach, which also closes the coda gap of temporal arts - they do have an ending, after all. Here, perception develops potentially with no visible boundaries, besides the limits of imagination. Those, in turn, evolve as well - and back to physics, it’s Einstein’s saying “Imagination is more important than knowledge”.
The ability to change the size of an artwork, creating a totally new perception of it, is one of the best sides of digital art. A different type of brush with a different scale, as we'd say. More of a magic wand in fact. The unique (and witty) S | M | L | XL print concept allows flexible implementation in various dimensions, space and environment. Typically, S sizes are printed on 19"x13" archival 300g smooth art paper, edition of 100. M sized prints are on 36"x24" archival flat stock, edition of 50, while L sizes are based on 60"x42" in edition of 20. XL sized are printed to order on ±60" paper as the smaller dimension, edition of 5. All prints are signed, stamped and numbered.