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Pinlight / Limited Edition 3 of 10 on Fine Art Paper Photograph



Photography, Digital on Paper

Size: 24.8 W x 37.8 H x 0.1 D in

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Limited Edition 1 of 10 + 1 AP signed and numbered on the back. Inkjet print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag® with 3 cm white border. Have a Nice Day is an ongoing project since August 2010. It is an ongoing personal project since 2010. It is a series of digital artworks containing random pictures of anonymous people sourced from the internet. One very important theme in this series is to question personal identity and its fleeting characteristic in our modern times. This series can also be regarded as a form of digital recycling, as well as an ironic statement on how our perception of aesthetics has been greatly influenced by the digitally altered images from media. In my more recent and abstract pieces, I am interested in conveying certain scenes for the viewer to enter, triggering an expansive imagination of their own. The visual aspect of the work is engaging, almost in a physical way. Website:

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Photography:Digital on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:10

Size:24.8 W x 37.8 H x 0.1 D in

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Originally from Taiwan and later settling in Singapore, JCT Li relocated to Germany in 2008. She earned her MFA in Public Art and New Artistic Strategies from the Bauhaus University of Weimar in 2010. Since then, Li has been dedicated to her ongoing project, "Have a Nice Day." Central to this project are digital artworks created from diverse photographs of random individuals sourced online. Li disrupts the pursuit of "perfection" prevalent in her previous advertising profession by employing digital distortion. With meticulous technique, she seamlessly transforms these images into digital paintings. Li intentionally obscures the subjects' original features, rendering them anonymous and universal. This transformative process gives rise to abstract forms that transcend mere human representation, evoking ephemeral impressions through illogical blocks of color and shapes that challenge the viewer's cognitive expectation of familiar boundaries and recognizable contours. Driven by her artistic exploration, Li hopes to push the boundaries of visual representation. She aspires to create a realm where fleeting impressions and the essence of human presence converge, providing a renewed perspective on our collective visual experience. Going beyond aesthetics, Li's artistic methodology delves into the profound impact of digital tools on our perception of beauty and comprehension of reality, embracing their pervasive influence as catalysts for fresh representations and blurred definitions.

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