The Artists and the Artworks
Apart from Joan Miró, many other artists imbibed four-dimensional approach in their work. Noteworthy among them was Spanish painter Salvador Dali (1904-89) whose painting 'In Search of the Fourth Dimension' (1979) was a perfect embodiment of four-dimensional painting. Here, Dali depicted 'tired' time and consequently the clocks in his painting were shown melting and curved, illustrating a fourth dimension. Dali's interest in the enigma and occult made him excel in the field of four-dimensional work. One of the contemporary artists in the field is American artist Tony Robbin (1943). He learnt programming and the technique of visualizing in 4D, which helped him create paintings and sculptures with images and colors superimposed in a four dimensional space.
The ingenious style of four-dimensional painting is indeed revolutionary, as it depicts the mystery and the enigma of a four-dimensional reality in a fuller way.