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addingtoone #5 - unique Print

Luuk de Haan


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The ‘addingtoone’ series rely on the creative experimentation that I bring to my unconventional use of the camera, and my unique combination of digital and analog processes in the way I use the computer to generate a primary image. This is set in motion through the slide show function and then photographed directly from the screen. Thus, the eventual still photograph results from the movement of and transition between digital images on the screen as well as the manual movement of the camera. The ‘addingtoone’ images are realised by photographing a slideshow of circles. The relation between the interval of the slideshow and the camera’s shutter speed determines the number of circles captured in one shot. The final shape of the circles is determined by moving the camera and/or using the zoom-function during the exposure. Photograph | Archival print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper. This original print is signed and will be shipped into a rigid tube.

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Print:Giclee on Canvas

Size:12 W x 16 H x 1.25 D in

Size with Frame:13.75 W x 17.75 H x 1.25 D in

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Although in many ways resembling abstract painting, photographs of the kind made by Luuk de Haan celebrate and delight in exploiting photography’s indexical grounding in a world of chemical and physical reactions to physical phenomena and, more recently, the optical potential inherent in digital, screen-based photographic manipulation. They are documents of their own coming into being rather than the recording of a world outside the photograph. Despite their abstract, non-referential appearance, they are as ‘realist’ as photographs can get. Emphasising sequential processes and long durations rather than instantaneous exposure, they return photography to a unique and individualised practice and away from reproductive economies of mass production. - Derek Horton Luuk de Haan exhibited in numerous galleries like: Galerie Witteveen, Amsterdam (NL); Gallery Vous êtes ici; Amsterdam (NL); Kaune Contemporary, Cologne (D); Volker Diehl Gallery, Berlin (D); Sous Les Etoiles Gallery, New York (USA); Espace Meyer/Zafra, Paris (F); Museum Kranenburgh in Bergen. And is represented on art fairs like Art New York, Expo Chicago and Art Miami. All Luuk de Haan's works are unique.

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