"And then there was light"This piece was made with the intention of reproducing the reality of RGB, which does not... Read More
"And then there was light"
This piece was made with the intention of reproducing the reality of RGB, which does not belong to the world of engraving, in the same, exploring the new meanings that this reproduction adds or withdraws to the same reality, provoking almost a strangeness when we are confronted with it. For this the soft varnish technique was used. This was chosen to the detriment of others by the possibility of decal. This was an important feature in terms of language, since we would draw with a mechanical plot belonging to the back of an LCD. This plot was decalcada in three different plates in order to be able to reproduce the rgb through the use of the register and the color. In addition, the ability to decal the soft lacquer, allowed the reproduction of the frame was made with an object belonging to the Screen, translating more faithfully the image. When translating the rgb image, we reinforce the side of hiding the image, similar to what was mentioned in the design of the Binary, because, in addition to the translation itself being always an element that transforms normally, the translated object, the RGB image does not has a mimetic reference, being part, in the same way that the matrix does, of the construction of an image / proof, being reserved for what is behind the Screen. The RGB and the matrix and the image, the proof. And almost as if the proof validates itself the matrix.
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