Leafing Through Book Pages

Leafing Book Pages 1

 

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11 thoughts on “Leafing Through Book Pages

  1. La création numérique c’est très bien, mais au final il faut matérialiser son oeuvre, sur un support que l’ont peu touché. Un point de vue personnel.

  2. En ce qui concerne le commentaire ci-dessus; avec le travail extrêmement détaillées telles que vous faites, je ai constaté que l’impression sur un papier photographique à haute brillance dans un grand format (A1) est la plus réussie. Que faire? Il est, bien sûr aucune raison pourquoi le travail ne doit pas rester numérique et être affiché sur un écran comme le travail de David Hockney sur I-pad et I-phone. pardonner mon pauvre français.

    1. Never expected to trigger an exchange of opinion on art in French between two hemispheres. 😀

      I have attempted to print a very small amount of my work – all of which was more photographic in compositional form. Most of the digital work is an attempt to create something that exists in the digital medium, often combining hyper-text, video, audio and other forms.
      To change to a print changes the content & the message. 🙂

      1. Yeah, I get where you are coming from. I rather like the idea of a digital art form that stands for itself, evanescent, something but nothing, pure emotion if you like. I would say it sits somewhere between the sand pictures made by some first nations, and Schrodinger’s cat who is in to forms at once; both alive and dead. Tony

    2. Je suis tout à fait d’accord le travail peu rester numérique, mais se pose le problème visuel. Les artistes aiment montré leur travail en grand, il faut de grands écrans, et ça ce n’est pas à la portée de tout le monde. David Hockney que j’adore, a réalisé le Grand Canyon avec de petites photos, mais, assemblé pour faire géant. 🙂

      1. I have kept to the digital reality – exploring the medium in my limited way. A few pieces were printed up, but with the resolution and size of the originals the best I can get from my printer is 11 by 17 inches. The pieces were personal ones for family & friends. There is little market for my work – it is more of an exercise in creative expression & exploration. Hopefully it ignites ideas & conversation from time to time. 🙂

        Pardonne moi – very limited French. Alas, I am a second generation Canadian who has lost his linguistic heritage of his grand parents, and further was exposed to Education system that at the time did little to aid in proper bilingualism.

      2. Un bon point Mr Orepuk. Pour moi, je aime à imprimer mes photos sur grands tirages de taille et les gens aiment les acheter occasionnellement. Et moi aussi je peux comprendre la valeur esthétique du petit écran pour ces images numériques. Merci de votre perspicacité.

  3. So richly layered. The texture looks amazing. I bet you could keep coming back to this and you would see different things in it depending on your state of mind. It would make a great reflection piece up in a lounge room or a study.

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