Not 3D • AuraAstro

these prints are the sixth part of a project which plays with the current commercial passion for 3D imagery. The originating movie  inexplicably disappeared as soon as it was completed (human error) but luckily (for me) these pictorial files had been securely saved.

In retrospect the iconography of the images hint at but don’t literally illustrate the space junk which is surrounding ours and probably other planets.

As usual each image is an edition of 25 and can be  printed  archivally  to order.

Sizes up to 800 mm X 450 mm are standard although larger sizes can be made.    © 2011

Not 3D • cone-ical evolution: part 1

This is the first of a  mini series using virtual 3D technology ‘incorrectly‘.

One of the influential forces in the making of  “c(l)on(e)-ical evolution” series is how – by working digitally – one is able to make the iconography evolve organically whilst leaving  previous visible traces of the process  as images in their own right. The result of this archivist’s approach is represented here by the four distinct parts which correspond to the visual variety between the sections; they are not necessarily  presented in the order they were made.

The title is an amalgamation  of conical and clone (in case  it appears confusing) and is an attempt to describe, or give access to, the visual content of the images.

By “tweaking” the technology of 3D image making the resultant images hint at, but do not fulfill, the experience of 3D viewing.

As usual each image is an edition of 25 and will be printed archivally to order.Sizes up to 800 mm X 450 mm standard  although larger sizes can be made.       © 2010

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Not 3D • cone-ical evolution: part 2

As usual each image is an edition of 25 and will be printed archivally to order.

Sizes up to 800 mm X 450 mm are standard although larger sizes can be made.     © 2010

Not 3D • cone-ical evolution: part 4

As usual each image is an edition of 25 and can be  printed to archival quality to order.

Sizes up to 800 mm X 450 mm are standard although larger sizes can be made.

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Shadowfield

These prints derive from the movie project of the same name – see digital movies.

As usual each is an  edition of 25 and can be  printed to archival quality to order.

Maximum size: 800 mm X 450 mm      © 2010

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quadrillefourthree

These prints originate from the movie “quadrillefourthree” –  see digital movies.

Each is an edition of 25 and can be  printed to archival quality to order.

Maximum size: 800 mm x 450 mm           © 2009

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pepys’ pipe

This series of prints originate from the “pepys’ pipe” movie – see digital movies.

Each is an  edition of 25 and can be  printed to archival quality to order.

Maximum size: 800 mm X 450 mm         © 2008

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Narcissus

A  selection of still images originating from the movie ‘narcissus” – see digital movies.

Each is an edition of 25.

Prints can be ordered individually and printed to archival standard. The maximum size is: 800 mm X 450 mm          © 2006

 

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jonah

 A print series derived from the movie ‘jonah” – see digital movies.

Said Jonah of his ordeal: “The Holy books got it all wrong, WRONG WRONG WRONG in every particular!” Mindful of this, Andrew Greaves and I offer alternative perspectives on Jonah’s experience, hoping to embrace a greater truth, which, as Jonah grudgingly concedes, we may have done, “even if only inadvertently”. BM

Each is an edition of 25 and they can be ordered individually in archival quality. The maximum size is: 800 mm X 450 mm        © 2007

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floatingTrigPoints

Prints derived from the movie “floatingTrigPoints”.

It is an example of my occasional appropriation of formal elements which, in this case, are erected in natural landscapes to pinpoint specific geographic locations  to enable the making of accurate maps.

The form in this piece is neither fixed or discrete as it falls on to and through the base strata which is also continually changing its position.This contrasts with its environment creating ambiguous scale and functional references which would be alien to its physical counterpart.
Each is an edition of 25.

Prints can be ordered individually and printed to archival standard. The maximum size is: 800 mm X 450 mm            © 2006

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