Wade Guyton (born 1972) is a post-conceptual American artist who among other things makes digital paintings on canvas using scanners and digital inkjet technology. (Wikipedia)
Stumbled across the work of Wade Guyton today. Very interesting use of technology to produce ‘paintings.’ Just a quick post so I don’t forget about this work (which happens to me a lot.)
Soooo last month I had an exhibition with some of my close friends during the annual film festival here in Rotterdam. We all decided we were going to display some sort of experiment and since I had the idea to venture into the third dimension (see previous post) I thought I’d give it a go! The other people that were showing work were:
Jacco Bunt, Nas Bami, Bruce Tsai
I think it turned out exactly as expected (which is rare for me) but maybe because I had given it so long to accumulate in my head, it had to come out as I planned.
Here are some photos of the process. I will post photos of the entire exhibition soon. It’s only telephone photos so apologies for the ‘bad’ quality, but hey it’s only process photos right? 😉
Ok sooooo this post was supposed to be written about two weeks ago. But since my laptop is no longer in use my internet access was somewhat limited.
I went to see the show “∇” by Boris Tellegen aka ‘Delta’ at the Alice gallery in Bruxelles. It was an amazing show where Boris once again proved to be one of the best to ever do it. So instead of me writing how amazing it actually was and sound like a super fanboy (which I am) I’ll just let the photos do the talking.
After working in black and white for almost a year straight, I’m slowly starting to incorporate color back into my work. These are some of the first works in progress. Leading up to my show in a few months, I will probably create a lot of work for developement purposes only. Work that will get me to discover the next steps. I’m feeling that these works are just that.
I am really excited about the prospect of this work translating into three dimensional works in the (near) future (see previous post). And the possibilities of creating a very specific colour palette through the use of spraypaint. Loads more to come.