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These pieces have been grouped together because they all involve colored shadows cast on the wall by paint held at a distance. The resulting competition between physical and reflected color makes it difficult to tell which is which.
In 4.1-4.6, the paint has been layered, peeled and cut like the pieces in section 5. In this case, however, the paint was cast in a continuous sheet rather than sewn, and the color layers on the inside of the strips are different from the color layers on the outside.
In 4.7-4.10, the paint, both opaque and translucent, was applied to both sides of sheets of transparent vinyl.

4.1
Cast acrylic paint (one piece).
42”x156”x1.25”
1995
4.2
Cast acrylic paint (one piece).
42”x156”x1.25”
1995
4.3
Cast acrylic paint (one piece).
38”x22”x1.25
1995
4.4
Cast acrylic paint (one piece).
38”x22”x1.25”
1995
4.5
Cast acrylic paint (one piece).
38”x30”x1.25”
1995
4.6
Cast acrylic paint (one piece).
38”x30”x1.25”
1995
4.7
Acrylic paint on vinyl.
22”x19”
2010
4.8
Acrylic paint on vinyl.
22”x19”
1997
4.9
Acrylic paint on vinyl.
47.5”x42”
1997
4.10
Acrylic paint on vinyl.
47.5”x42”
1997