Monthly Archives: November 2009

Jean-Francois Rauzier, “Citadelle 1″, 2008

Rauzier’s “hyperphotos” are made of hundreds of individual photographs, in this case of a hotel in Paris. They are incredibly detailed and massively high resolution. Rausizer’s work is at Waterhouse and Dodd from the 25th November until 18th December.
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Fernando Hocevar, “Landscape no.03″, 2000

Fernando Hocevar creates landscapes that are simultaneously primitive and unearthly. They are peaceful and cool, beautifully layered and “deep” despite being almost free of perspective. They are given scale and atmosphere with simple touches; such as the  little squares of light in this peice, suggesting windows.
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Daniel Rozin, “Wooden Mirror”, 2003

Polished peices of wood become mechanical pixels in this work by Rozin. shade is created as they twist toward and away from the light. The installation is fed live video of the observer,  becoming a surreal, tactile mirror. The artist also notes that the motors make a soothing noise as the pixels adjust. You can see [...]
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Jorge Suarez, “LaEspera”, 2009

Jorge Suarez was inspired “When taking a picture of my son I noticed a high degree of expression in his face so I decided to try to show this emotion”. He has created this work entirely in 3D with almost no postproduction.
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CEB Reas, “Microimaget”, 2003

This is the first panel of a triptych derived from Reas’ “microimage” software. See his work also at the bitforms gallery
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GMJ, “Aerial Flood”, 2008

Combining their digital model of London with atmospheric photography  and a predicted flood of 6m, GMJ created this image of a peculiarly serene disaster. The aerial photograph is by Jason Hawkes.
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Gilles Tran, “Family”, 2003

Gilles Tran, the artist, remarks this piece is “the by-product of a commissioned work for a record cover from the progressive US rock band Vox Tempus.” Painstakingly created with an open source renderer, it is oddly haunting.
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James Paterson, “untitled”, 2005

Paterson’s hand sketches form the pool from which he creates his works, assembling them with the aid of software, also of his own creation. Bitforms describes the results as resembling “a graffiti that seems to write itself.”
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Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, “Vozalta”, 2008

“”Voz Alta” (Loud Voice) by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer is a memorial commissioned for the 40th anniversary of the student massacre in Tlatelolco. Participants who speak into a megaphone automatically control the brightness of four searchlights that relay their voice over Mexico City as quiet light flashes; tuning into 96.1FM radio allows people anywhere in the city [...]
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Jose Manuel-Oli, “Existence”, 2004

Jose Manuel-Oli, the artist, notes that this  peice  is “full of clues and hidden meaning”. Remarkably it is entirely digitally painted with no 3D rendering at all.
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