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Inside the chaos lurks an eerie type of order II - Limited Edition of 5 Photograph

Danielle Jacques

United Kingdom

Photography, Digital on Paper

Size: 16.5 W x 11.7 H x 0.1 D in

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The ‘Inside the chaos lurks an eerie type of order‘ series explores ways of seeing through intersecting the material and the digital. Each work composes of two digital stills, one captured with a camera and one with a computer, one capturing the tangible and one the digital, one printed on acetate and one on paper, one printed at high resolution and one at low resolution. The process for producing each work draws on Buddhist art practices. Danielle applies intuitive action and contemplative viewing at every stage of the process-pouring, printing, collaging, photographing, layering, and selection. Through this approach, the essence of ink, paper, plastic, laser print and digital image tangle together in an ambiguous aesthetic. The series reveals ‘digital dharma’, truths about digital media which reveal human truths. Digital stills openly rely on the way the mind encodes visual info, whilst the camera lens mimics the workings of the human eye. What the individual perceives in these works is a compounding of vision, evolution and the psychological priming of personal experience. What the computer perceives in these works is the encoding of collective perception, a digital collective consciousness. Algorithms commonly cite words like ‘sky’, ‘water‘, ‘cloud‘ and terms like ‘geological phenomenon’ or ‘atmospheric phenomenon’ when viewing the series.

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Photography:Digital on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:5

Size:16.5 W x 11.7 H x 0.1 D in

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I am a London born and raised new media artist. Having worked as an outsider artist for many years I completed an MA in Fine Art Digital at Camberwell College of Arts, University of Arts London in 2020. I received a Distinction for my MA research project and was also awarded the Mercer Arts Award for academic achievement. My work explores altered states of consciousness through photography, video, and audio-visual installation. By engaging with the properties of ink, water, and light – dispersing, diffusing, diffracting, and embracing the unexpected – I have developed a practice of “meditation-in-action”. Through photography and film, I solidify these visual meditations, so I may elongate, interpret, and share my experiences. Informed by psychology and perception theory I am interested in the impacts of sensory stimulation upon how we perceive our inner and outer worlds. Photos and videos are pushed through multiple modes of transformation, using both analogue and digital processes – layering, reflecting, stretching, scaling, and looping – each process bringing new depths to my illusions which surprise and delight.

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