Rauschenberg and Viola

Robert Rauschenberg

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Revolver

1967

The subject of the work is not of that much concern the focus is one the technical aspects of this piece of work which I laud. I have been layering with some experiments and this offers an expansion of this idea. Firstly the numerous layers give the image another dimension solving the problem of rendering the images flat by printing the digital images. Furthermore, in addition to Roger Vilder's anomorphic pieces, this method of roattaion equally offers a opportunity to create a constantly eveolving piece and replicate this everchanging nature shown in early digital art.

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Bill Viola

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Bill Viola is a contemporary video artist. Much of his work explores duality, juxtaposing various antitheses, life vs death, man struggling with the elements. Furthermore his work in itself is a duality in which he portrays these superbly naturalistic notions in a completely digital way, creating a hyper realistic visual, utilizing both large screens and slow motion. For my work this duality between presenting something natural in a digital way and vice versa is important. Furthemore this slow-motion to the extent that wyou have look at the video for a a while before you realise it is changing is something I may inorporate as I would possibly lke to have some evolution, animorphis element in my work.

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