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Banz & Bowinkel: BodyPainting III 13 Augmentiertes Bild

$606,29

CGI Fine Art Print
40 x 30 cm
2016
15 + 2 AP
Available: 8,9,10,11,12

The works in the Bodypaint series were created through movement recordings to which simulations for calculating liquids were coupled. The work is augmented. To do this, download the “Banz & Bowinkel AR” app for iOS and Android.

Framing surcharge: € 226.53 large.
Conzen frame oak Eifel brown with 5 cm passepartout.

Lieferzeit: 14 Tage

This artwork is part of the “Body Paintings” series. In Giulia Bowinkel & Friedemann Banz ‘”bodypaintings” the body becomes a form-giving impulse, a shape process, the artist couple here combines the recording of body movements in space with fluid simulations. The forms generated in this way follow people’s movements, translate physical body language into a transparent digital gesture and let them condense in amorphous bodies of color. These colored bodies, which find their form with painterly expression, do not exist as a final figure. Forms repeat themselves in different moments of time and space, are reorganized and then find a formulation in one moment of the image, which however remains exclusively potential, ie variable.In contrast to the moving image, the individual prints Crystallations out of these movements, they exist as situational recordings that Bowinkel & Banz link in their presentation equally situationally. With a tool for computer-aided expansion of the perception of reality (augmented reality), they place another digital membrane over the two-dimensional image in the real (exhibition) space and thus once again fan out the complexity of seeing: the image becomes a virtual sculpture that only becomes visible through Movement of the viewer in the space arises and its shape varies through its spatial reference. When looking, points of reference arise between the picture situation and the person, which open up a scope for definition, composition and expansion of reality.Text: Christina Irrgang Link Bowinkel & Banz equally situationally in their presentation. With a tool for computer-aided expansion of the perception of reality (augmented reality), they place another digital membrane over the two-dimensional image in the real (exhibition) space and thus once again fan out the complexity of seeing: the image becomes a virtual sculpture that only becomes visible through Movement of the viewer in space arises and its shape varies through its spatial reference. When looking, reference points are created between the picture situation and the person, which open up scope for definition, composition and expansion of reality. Text: Christina Irrgang Link Bowinkel & Banz equally situationally in their presentation.With a tool for computer-aided expansion of the perception of reality (augmented reality), they place another digital membrane over the two-dimensional image in the real (exhibition) space and thus once again fan out the complexity of seeing: the image becomes a virtual sculpture that only becomes visible through the movement of the viewer in space arises and its shape varies through its spatial reference. When looking, reference points are created between the picture situation and the person, which open up scope for definition, composition and expansion of reality. Text: Christina IrrgangWith a tool for computer-aided expansion of the perception of reality (augmented reality), they place another digital membrane over the two-dimensional image in the real (exhibition) space and thus once again fan out the complexity of seeing: the image becomes a virtual sculpture that only becomes visible through Movement of the viewer in space arises and its shape varies through its spatial reference. When looking, reference points are created between the picture situation and the person, which open up scope for definition, composition and expansion of reality. Text: Christina IrrgangWith a tool for computer-aided expansion of the perception of reality (augmented reality), they place another digital membrane over the two-dimensional image in the real (exhibition) space and thus once again fan out the complexity of seeing: the image becomes a virtual sculpture that only becomes visible through the movement of the viewer in space arises and its shape varies through its spatial reference. When looking, reference points are created between the picture situation and the person, which open up scope for definition, composition and expansion of reality. Text: Christina Irrgang which only emerges through the movement of the viewer in space and its shape varies through its spatial reference.When looking, reference points are created between the picture situation and the person, which open up scope for definition, composition and expansion of reality. Text: Christina Irrgang which only emerges through the movement of the viewer in space and varies its shape through his spatial reference. When looking, reference points are created between the picture situation and the person, which open up scope for definition, composition and expansion of reality. Text: Christina Irrgang

The work is augmented – with the help of the “Banz und Bowinkel AR” app, additional visual content can be called up when the phone’s camera is held on the print.

This work can be purchased individually or as a collection of all six motifs available in the UNPAINTED artstore in one folder.

Zusätzliche Information

Größe40 × 30 cm
Augmentierung

inkl. Augmentierung

Rahmung

ohne Rahmung

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