Réalisée juste avant, pendant et après le premier confinement, cette série d'œuvres, officieusement baptisée Unidentified and Useless Floating Objects, voit les sujets et les lignes se matérialiser et osciller entre abstrait et figuratif, entre objets finis et infinis tout en conservant des problématiques traitées habituelle comme la réalité, le temps, l'espace, les contrastes. . . La gestuelle vive et abstraite côtoie la précision du détail ou la pureté géométrique et rendent compte d'une composition à l'aspect décousu, formant un tout déséquilibré et pourtant cohérent aux yeux de l'artiste. La notion d'inachevée, de travail en cours, de traces reste toujours présente, comme une bouteille à la mer, une incertitude, la recherche d'un paradis perdu et le fantasme d'une temporalité comme réalité physique en convoquant un aspect ludique qu'il envisage comme un échappatoire nécessaire en ces temps particuliers. Une grande partie de ses récents travaux prenant comme support la toile non apprêtée, donnant un aspect de véritable tissu aux œuvres, un aspect brut - où des formes, des lignes, apparaissent et disparaissent - entre en conflit avec l'aspect solide de ce q'il envisage comme des pierres. Il questionne ainsi notre rapport à l'utile, tant dans l'art que dans notre société. Les plis de certaines toiles et les lignes structurent son travail et l'oeil sur spectateur telle une construction architecturale donnant à son travail un aspect lourd et léger à la fois où la 2D, la 3D et l'immatériel fusionnent et ouvrent une fenêtre sur l'imaginaire. L'exposition inclue également quelques œuvres plus anciennes ainsi que des sculptures 3D virtuelles spécifiquement crées pour l'occasion. \r\n\r\nLe lieu, créé spécialement pour cette exposition virtuelle, est conçu comme une caprice d'artiste venu d'ailleurs. Un plan au sol et des volumes inspirés de ceux d'une cathédrale, comme un chateau dans le ciel, qui fait dialoguer les textures en contrastes et forme un écrin.
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Emmitsburg, MD 21727, USA
Chapel at Mount St. Mary's University in Emmitsburg, MD. The IC Chapel is the center of spiritual life on campus as the celebration of Mass sustains and enriches the faith of the university and seminary. Be filled with awe and wonder as you open the large wooden doors and step into IC chapel, built more than 100 years ago. The Holy Spirit appears as a dove in the upper dome and the stained glass portrays salvation history. Walk the Stations of the Cross or sit and listen to the triumphant sounds of the organ. Let the paintings and statues unite you with the communion of saints.
Floriańska 12\/23, Warszawa, Polska
PRACOWNIA 23 - artystyczna pracownia Edyty Dzierż. \nStudia na Wydziale Malarstwa ASP w Warszawie. Zajmuje się malarstwem, live painting \/performance: obraz-dźwięk-światło.
Here is an example of my 360 artwork . I created it to be viewed in VR (virtual reality) via the use of a headset. I created my paintings using traditional methods but not traditional rules of perspective. TWithin the scene I have also included my actual art, oil on canvass to be viewed. I have worked in most mediums and creative arts industries, from TV, Film, theatre, commercial graphics and fine art. If you would like to see more then please check my youtube channel \"A J Atkinson Art\" The message is not the medium. As a modern artist I encompass traditional techniques and new technologies to convey my or my clients message or messages. I use technology as an aid for enhanced experience but never to the point where it supersedes the art or becomes a crutch. Please enjoy.
8 Rue Albert Paul Alliés, Pézenas, France
Cultural Revolution is an independent art and music studio based in the south of France. Established in 2017 by Vaughan Walker and Hilda Wong, the studio presents their works of art and music. Drawing from their experience and university background in visual arts, music and sound production, V&H bring together visual and audio styles that are unique, surreal and often with an Asian flavour. \nCultural Revolution has a gallery in the medieval historic centre of Pézenas. Come and join them in the cobblestone street and artisan environment.
<p>Interior and architecture photography, spherical \/ panorama 360 - Virtual Tours. Portrait and art photography, as well as painting pictures and designs. Among others a member of the Svenska Fotografers Förbund, Association of Artists and Designers in Poland, the Association of Polish Art Creators. Recommended Google Street View Photographer. More about me and my projects on my websites: VirTourSite and MagWozniakArt<\/p>
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<p>Mythology was used to gather knowledge about our physical and mental world, as we use science to do so today. Through that knowledge, we can assign meaning to everything we come into contact with. And so we ground ourselves.</p> <p> </p> <p>It is that which is an integral part of being human: our constant creation in a universe which, without our interferences, would stay without meaning.</p> <p> </p> <p>But knowledge is subjective, so the foundations that we build for ourselves are unstable. The idea that we can’t travel faster than the speed of light can be as mythological within 2000 years as the Minotaur is to us today. The way we feel about love and death may change from one day to the next.<br /> ?<br /> <br /> Mythology was used to gather knowledge about our physical and mental world, as we use science to do so today. Through that knowledge, we can assign meaning to everything we come into contact with. And so we ground ourselves.<br /> <br /> It is that which is an integral part of being human: our constant creation in a universe which, without our interferences, would stay without meaning.<br /> <br /> But knowledge is subjective, so the foundations that we build for ourselves are unstable. The idea that we can’t travel faster than the speed of light can be as mythological within 2000 years as the Minotaur is to us today. The way we feel about love and death may change from one day to the next.<br /> ?<br /> <br /> My works range from drawing, painting and sculpture to video and installation art. Images, symbols, sentences and expression-like marks and swirls are brought together to create artifacts that seem to proclaim and unknown truth in a contemporary context. At times, these are brought together in installations, which are often first created in a 3D digital environment to test out larger elements and the relationships between works while not being constraint by my own technical limits. </p>
<p>Motivated student of Media Foundation at Middlesex University. Has chosen an Advertising, Public Relations, and Branding for next years. Hard-working to get as much experience as I can during my studies. Detail-orientated with strong time management skills and the ability to learn new tasks quickly. I also develop my painting skills and working on future projects.<\/p>