really nice opportunity and way of thought contributed to the idea on today’s artist
”The way we understand the world relies so much on our ability to measure it. Given that many measurements are based on the proportions of the human body its clear we measure stuff to find our place amongst it all and to connect with it in some way.”
copper wires attraction
”For me, wonder is a state of mind somewhere between knowledge and uncertainty. It is the basis of my practice and results in images that are simultaneously familiar yet strange. Each piece begins as a question of visual possibilities and develops in tandem with the natural laws of the world. Serendipitously, this process often yields unexpected results measurable only through photographic processes. The human presence and artifacts of the process provide a clue to the creation of the photograph while adding to the mysterious nature of the image. My hope is that this work affirms that even within the well tested laws of science there are, and must always be, pathways to reinterpretation and discovery.”
ch.check it out
oil water faucet
helix with matchsticks
copper wires attraction
studies – flashlight
studies – hook nails
ruler penlight cube
solid liquid gas
(All images are created in-camera, on a flatbed scanner, or in the darkroom. No content is created or added digitally)
-mostly for air protection, a rural subdivision camouflage was synthesized by the Army Corps of Engineers during the WWII for hidden airplane production. it was located and known as the Lockheed Burbank Aircraft Plant for obvious(!) protection from enemies.
RARE PHOTOS OF THE BASE
[tip - zoom in the differences]
and now this is the view as it was before the transformation..
for more information on the story around that -an article from a California lover Dennis Cassey on whats going on with the title
after years out in the business we have all here seen our amount of
site plans/v-f-a(view from above noob!) but i believe that today we have a clear winner..
Drawing inspirations from the works of P.Coelho -lol- and “Where is Wallly?” this masterpiece seems to be following the so 90’s dogma of let it be and they will find it…HAHAHAH… Go on and use adjustment layers and instagram filters for your site plans trying to make them look sexy..you are free to do so…BUT these lads are clearly embracing the “Matt Damon wouldnt use plug-ins” philosophy, propably staying old school to the bone and doing this awesome drawing in MS Paint. Respec’z!!
Today’s artist creates his works using his memory as layered icons of the city.. working on that over the years with passion he has come up with a unique way of expressing his love for what he does.. Each map in order to be formulated in the way he wants may take several months for completance.
Below you can examine his finished works on various big cities of the world on and on with his way of work and the duration of each workpiece
Berlin [August - December 2011]
”The creation of a Diorama Map takes the following method..
if we are not too scientific, we are too straightforward to be fascinated
pareidolia may have helped early societies organize chaos and make the world intelligible for our ancestors.
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!! The best percentage wins-
-until further notice!!
Simple def. [wiki]
Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon involving a vague and random stimulus (often an image or sound) being perceived as significant. Common examples include seeing images of animals or faces in clouds, the man in the moon, and hearing hidden messages on records played in reverse.
-Carl Sagan hypothesized that as a survival technique, human beings are “hard-wired” from birth to identify the human face. This allows people to use only minimal details to recognize faces from a distance and in poor visibility but can also lead them to interpret random images or patterns of light and shade as being faces.
On the occasion of the Gallery Weekend in Berlin, the Galerie Michael Haas will open its exhibition with works, or rather boxes, by Charles Matton. The boxes seduce the viewer into an idiosyncratic, imaginary and to some extent very bizarre world
”Born in 1933, the son of a gambling addict who spent his life trying to defeat zero at roulette, his childhood saw a mixture of poverty and luxury, living first in Paris and then Monte Carlo, where his father took over the management of the Hotel Excelsior.
Matton exhibited in his native Paris in the early 60’s before turning to magazine illustration and book publishing. He continued to create art for himself and a small circle of collectors while he worked in New York alongside Jean-Paul Goude to oversee the design of Esquire magazine. He reemerged as an artist in 1983. Although Charles Matton began his career as a painter, he also worked as a draftsman, sculptor, photographer, filmmaker and writer – something that is evident in the way all these creative processes are merged in his later work.”–Anna Bang
British Artist and naval officer Norman Wilkinson had this very insight and pioneered the Dazzle Camouflage movement (known as Razzle Dazzle in the United States). Norman used bright, loud colours and contrasting diagonal stripes to make it incredibly difficult to gauge a ship’s size and direction. It was cheap, effective, and widely-adopted during the War. [1914-1918 play]