the abstract Photo-Artwork has been created by using digital sandwich method, a 3rd layer on top by special technics of natural painting, final work is a digital print
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ABOUT THE WORK
Material: acrylic print
My subject :Depth, Movement and Transparency The work thrives on the deptheffect of 3 sight- levels:the interesting, abstract lower photo... Read More
My subject :Depth, Movement and Transparency
The work thrives on the deptheffect of 3 sight- levels:
the interesting, abstract lower photo level, created by superimposition,
the middle level, painted vertical lines like a transparent curtain and the top level ( painted) like a floating trace of paint.
As the tracks run in opposite direction and flow throug, I increase the depth effect.
worlds: When photography and painting become one
current works, the artist Barbara Goertz integrates painting as a material
level into her multi-layered photographic art.
resulting photographic images live from both art forms and their
transformation. Her works are characterized by the artistic interplay between
multi-layered and thus alienated photography and gestural overpainting as an
additional level of the photo.
composition, she explores the question of how much her usual perception can be
dissolved by the altered materiality of the immediate surroundings.
takes up a subject of modern art in a targeted way and varies it with a
pleasurable confession: "...the exciting and attractive thing for me is
the design of the intermediate worlds of both art forms, thus also the 'space'
in between. The artistic fusion of rigid photography with three-dimensional,
living painting and thus the creation of new visual worlds".
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