Strata #4 is a two channel video by the artist known simply as Quayola. For the video, Quayola used images of two grand altarpieces by Rubens and Van Dyck. He worked with an HDR photographer to obtain huge 20,000 by 20,000 pixel images of the work. Then using unbelievable computing power and algorithms Quayloa investigates each masterpiece’s underlying structure, composition, and color. Strata #4 at turn resembles 20th century abstract renditions of the baroque work. Yet his video squarely part of a New Aesthetic, part of a 21st century sensibility.