Tag Archives: Composited

Alessandro Bavari, “The Gate”, 2000

In this Gothic, even disturbing, series Alessandro Robavari creates a kind of Hieronymous Bosch view of Soddom and Gomorrah. A digital combination of painting and photography that is somehow even more powerful for being monotone, emphasing deep textures and ethereal lighting.
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Trygve Skogrand, “Taking Flight”, 2009

Trygve Skogrand’s digital photomontages “express a longing for harmony and serene beauty”, mixing religious iconography with everyday scenes.
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Barbara Nessim, “Runway Runner”, 2009

Barbara Nessim’s distinctive graphic strength is exemplified in this her latest work. The Model Project is a series of deconstructed fashion shots (by photographer Karl Rudfill), re-assembled to juxtopose desire and commerce.
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Robert Graves & Didier Madoc Jones, “Protocells in Venice”, 2009

Artists Robert Graves and Didier Madoc Jones visualise the protocell research of Rachel Armstrong, using it to shore up the foundations of a sinking Venice.
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Simon David Eden, “Looking for Leeuwenhoek ii”

Inspired by molecular science and quantum physics, Simon David Eden tries to express what can not be seen with the naked eye (in this case dedicated to the “Father of Microbiology” Antonie van Leeuwenhoek). These “Codagraphs” are a fusion of drawing, sclupture, photography and digital processing.
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3D Projection

  This bold and exciting mix of 3D animation and projection is in some ways the opposite of the quiet lyrical nature of the Ando projections at Omotesando hills (see earlier post), but inspiring nonetheless. Created by Nu-former.
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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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Christian Kokai-Kun, “Offshore”, 2008

Kokai-Kun is interested in the expression of future forms through evolution, his latest work looks at future notions of beauty.
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Charles Csuri, “After Mondrian”, 1963

Charles Csuri’s Mondrian, undergoing random transformations according to programs created on punchcards, then output on a drum plotter.
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