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The strange thing about these background textures is that they actually look more convincing if there is a real light illuminating the image – from the top left! Its true for the prints too. Perhaps that should go in the hanging instructions.
Only half kidding because the digital medium looks back to the physical world for its metaphors. And our words too have roots in the very basic elements of the earth. Images, visual arts, depend on our collective meaning making with its traditions. In houses I hate fake wood and fake tiles… but here? Where does fake start and end.
In the last one (Medium 2) I deliberately used some “glitter” to really offend my own sensibility.
This print is in a limited edition of 25 GiclÃ©e prints on A4 archival paper. The next available print is: 1/25
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