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Photography: Digital, Manipulated, Algorithmic Art, Fractal, Photo on Canvas.
When I saw this landscape, I could not prevent me from thinking of those that Paul Cezanne painted inspired by the surrounding landscapes of Aix en Provence, my native region.
The particularity of the fractal functions used for my Pixoplasty is that the more I visually enlarge the image more an another material, which composes the initial material, reveals itself. To avoid losing this particularity, it was necessary to print these images in large format.
Explanation about Pixoplasty : the original photographic image serves as a matrix for a study of its evocations. The scanned image, or digital, is unstructured: its original constituents, pixels, provide me a material as malleable as clay. The image is then restructured according to my feelings.
Prints: Giclée with pigmented inks UltraChrome K3-Vivid Magenta and Epson Stylus Pro 9890 on Harman by Hahnemühle canvas 450g/m2.
Wrapped canvas, museeum quality.
Limited edition, signed & numbered.
Size: 39.4 W x 39.4 H x 0.9 in
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