Richard Mason highlights aspects of digital immersion through geometry in his sizable canvasses. His main interest in this new body of work revolves around the notion of "physical glitches" - canvasses cut and sewn; shapes disjointed; unpainted areas; a misalignment: a glitch
We live in a world defined by the virtual. Technology has replaced nature. All systems have momentary disruptions with unpredictable effects - glitches. Our immersion in the reality of the virtual makes these difficult to notice. Glit is about this normalizing effect. Glitches are represented as safe, familiar and predictable - normal. They remind us that reality is an illusion.