JOHN TOTH

INTERMEDIART

Sculpture

Integrating Art & Technology

John Toth is an artist who uses computers and technology to explore the layering and relationships between sculpture, painting, music, sound, dance, video, film, slides and written text.

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Fold_2ac.gif Paradigm Shift

# 2ac, folded aluminum, 20" x 12" x 12"
( GIF animation )
Moon, John Toth, 1992

Moon

# 1A, folded aluminum

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Paradigm

# 2b, folded aluminum, 24" x 36" x 8"
( GIF animation )

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Future Fossil

# 2A, watercolor, paper, urea foam,
Bondo, acrylic lacquer


What if today's objects were tomorrows fossils?

Faux Fossils are today's objects placed in a distant future. These sculptures are faux minerals that filled the empty spaces between streets and alleyways. 

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Faux Fossil # 5A, watercolor, paper, urea foam, bondo, acrylic lacquer

What if today's objects were tomorrows fossils?

Dinosaur bones are embedded in rock beneath the earth.  With imaging technology that sends sound waves into the earth, fossils can be seen deep within stone. The sculptor Michaelangelo wrote about his ability to sense a figure within the stone he was about to carve.  Today I imagine those same dinosaur bones being dissolved and replaced with the plastics and synthetics of the 21st century.  What if you had x-ray vision? 

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Saurs / Head

# 2A, Plexiglas, fabric


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Saurs / Torso

# 2A, aluminum, Plexiglas, fabric

120" x 96" x 96"

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True North

# 1A, installation , mixed media




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