Four Dimensional Painting - Transcending Beyond Reality
Four-Dimensional Painting - The Concept
The famous Spanish artist Joan Miró i Ferrà pioneered the concept of four-dimensional painting. As apparent from the term, in this style the portrayal goes beyond three-dimensionality, foraying into the fourth one. Just like any artwork, this style too manifests an artist's creativity and philosophy, which continues to fetch appreciation from critics and art lovers alike.
Before Einstein's theories of space, time, and quantum surfaced, many painters wanted to evolve further from the restricted three dimensions involved. Therefore, they started inculcating the Non Euclidean concepts of geometry, which dealt with the curves, rather than flat or two-dimensional spaces. The curved surfaces enabled an analytical depiction of the mystery and the complexity of human perception. In effect, the idea that dimensions beyond three are mere speculation, was discarded. It was proved with the help of artistic depiction that the four dimensions are ingrained in the theories of mathematics and quantum space.
The four-dimensional painting cover scenes beyond earthly enclosures, like view through a wall, a reflective doorknob, or bent time & space. The style offers an alternative creative space, where even intuitive objects & thoughts can be portrayed without relying exclusively on the realism and objectivity of a three-dimension space. The four-dimensional works rely heavily on curved shapes wrapping around the environment. Four-dimensional painting connected the concepts, such as dimensions, space, color, & geometry. They captured them on the canvas with such brilliance that the concepts of time, perception, and infinity became creatively tangible.