About “Celestial Bodies”
For Birthe Blauth’s “Celestial Bodies”, individual forms were extracted from image noise and copied and rotated several times. This was done in analogy to how a cell multiplies, creating a new organism. Light and shadow merge the forms into a unity, a fantastic star in the realm of possibilities.
In direct printing, the print is made directly on Aluminum Dibond. In contrast, with the most commonly used foil printing, the motif is first printed on a foil, which is then mounted on Alu Dibond. In foil printing, the motif is slightly glossy and completely flat. The colors in direct printing, on the other hand, are matte and downright tactile. Pure white areas are slightly shiny, because the Alu Dibond is visible here. The darker the color, the higher the color stands out. Dark lines on a light background can be felt as slightly raised lines. Technically, direct printing is much more demanding than foil printing. But the result is visually much more impressive.
“Fine Art Print” refers to a particularly high print quality. Here, the finest details are reproduced razor-sharp and the finest color nuances are detailed and precise.
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