Spinning Circle 1

By Callum Schuster


Spinning Circle 1, 2014
Giclée print | Archival Pigment Inks | Hahnemühle Photo Rag Smooth 305 gsm
36 x 36 inches
Limited Edition of 45


Add Spinning Sphere 2 to complete the diptych.


Courtesy of Patel Gallery



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Callum Schuster’s work offers an ongoing investigation into our perception of the world around us. Schuster foregrounds the relationship between imaginary, 2D and 3D spaces as a way of exploring the psychology of space and its effect on our wellbeing. Rather than creating a visual escape for the viewer, the aim is to engender self-reflexive environments or experiences. A blending of alchemy and meditation become a focus in a pursuit of praxis, an application of a theory to a practice. 

Schuster graduated from OCADU's Drawing and Painting program in 2011. His work has been exhibited in a number of solo and group exhibitions, including Palindrome Dome Metronome Home at O'Born Contemporary (Toronto), More Than Two (curated by Micah Lexier) at The Power Plant (Toronto), an off-site exhibition at the Havana Biennale, as well as public installations for the City of Toronto's Nuit Blanche and WayHome Music and Arts Festival.

He is represented by Project Gallery, Toronto. 

Ninth Edition Works

Palindrome Dome Metronome Home
2014 - Ongoing

The works that populate Palindrome Dome, Metronome Home find their agency in the exposition of visual literacy. If perception is a key to knowledge, than thinking about what we perceive gives knowledge its immediate meaning. Callum Schuster has selected a primary and distinctly pedagogical form, the sphere, and shunted it into the realm of the plane in order to transform it into useful information. The act of flattening sphere to circle here not only explores how we observe patterns, rhythms, and cycles in nature, but also how we find ways to measure time & space.

This body of work explores the way humans have understood counter-posed entities such as inner/outer, 2D/3D, imagination/reality, and theory/practice, each of which the artist feels is vital to knowing.