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// sose-chic in ultimul numar DOR //

// sose-chic in ultimul numar DOR //

Nese Karaböcek "Yali Yali"

// power of ignorance // spray paint on canvas // 2013 // blek le rat //

// power of ignorance // spray paint on canvas // 2013 // blek le rat //

// happy birthday brancusi // newborn //

// happy birthday brancusi // newborn //

// in a secret only here // acrylic, pencil and paper // 2012 // naomi okubo //

// in a secret only here // acrylic, pencil and paper // 2012 // naomi okubo //

//erwin wurm // kiss // 2013 // polyester, acrylic paint // 79 x 42 x 45 cm //

//erwin wurm // kiss // 2013 // polyester, acrylic paint // 79 x 42 x 45 cm //

// kohei nawa // pixcell-maria#11 // mixed media // 2013 //

// kohei nawa // pixcell-maria#11 // mixed media // 2013 //

// beautiful handmade furniture by snickeriet //

// beautiful handmade furniture by snickeriet //

// silver // wolfgang tillmans  //
“the ‘silver’ works, which I began in the late 1990’s, are in some ways the opposite of the abstract pictures that I make with lights on paper in the darkroom (like ‘freischwimmer’, ‘blushes’, ‘mental pictures’, ‘super collider’ etc.). they are actually chemograms and all I do is set up the parameter surrounding their making. the imaging process is subjected to the inherent logic of the material; it is mostly purely mechanical. the undeveloped photo paper – sometimes exposed to colored light, sometimes unexposed – passes through a photo-developing machine, which I leave dirty or clean to varying degrees. because there are remnants of chemicals, diluted more or less with water in the machine, the photo paper continues to develop, though only partially, over time. in addition, dirt and silver particles from the traces of chemicals settle on the paper’s surface, which often produces interesting scratches and brings about a sense of alchemy. here you are dealing with physical matter on the surface of the carrier in a way that you’ll never actually deal with in conventional photography. some pictures, then, really have a light, metallic reflexivity especially when seen from the side – and for that reason ‘silver’ is the title of these pictures.”
(wolfgang tillmans, in: phaidon monograph, second expanded edition, release date 2014)
source http://www.contemporaryartdaily.com/

// silver // wolfgang tillmans  //

“the ‘silver’ works, which I began in the late 1990’s, are in some ways the opposite of the abstract pictures that I make with lights on paper in the darkroom (like ‘freischwimmer’, ‘blushes’, ‘mental pictures’, ‘super collider’ etc.). they are actually chemograms and all I do is set up the parameter surrounding their making. the imaging process is subjected to the inherent logic of the material; it is mostly purely mechanical. the undeveloped photo paper – sometimes exposed to colored light, sometimes unexposed – passes through a photo-developing machine, which I leave dirty or clean to varying degrees. because there are remnants of chemicals, diluted more or less with water in the machine, the photo paper continues to develop, though only partially, over time. in addition, dirt and silver particles from the traces of chemicals settle on the paper’s surface, which often produces interesting scratches and brings about a sense of alchemy. here you are dealing with physical matter on the surface of the carrier in a way that you’ll never actually deal with in conventional photography. some pictures, then, really have a light, metallic reflexivity especially when seen from the side – and for that reason ‘silver’ is the title of these pictures.”

(wolfgang tillmans, in: phaidon monograph, second expanded edition, release date 2014)

source http://www.contemporaryartdaily.com/

// sose-chic in ultimul numar DOR //

// sose-chic in ultimul numar DOR //

Nese Karaböcek "Yali Yali"

// power of ignorance // spray paint on canvas // 2013 // blek le rat //

// power of ignorance // spray paint on canvas // 2013 // blek le rat //

// happy birthday brancusi // newborn //

// happy birthday brancusi // newborn //

// in a secret only here // acrylic, pencil and paper // 2012 // naomi okubo //

// in a secret only here // acrylic, pencil and paper // 2012 // naomi okubo //

//erwin wurm // kiss // 2013 // polyester, acrylic paint // 79 x 42 x 45 cm //

//erwin wurm // kiss // 2013 // polyester, acrylic paint // 79 x 42 x 45 cm //

// kohei nawa // pixcell-maria#11 // mixed media // 2013 //

// kohei nawa // pixcell-maria#11 // mixed media // 2013 //

// wall clock by culture soup on society 6 //

// wall clock by culture soup on society 6 //

// beautiful handmade furniture by snickeriet //

// beautiful handmade furniture by snickeriet //

// hanorac culture soup // 

// hanorac culture soup // 

// silver // wolfgang tillmans  //
“the ‘silver’ works, which I began in the late 1990’s, are in some ways the opposite of the abstract pictures that I make with lights on paper in the darkroom (like ‘freischwimmer’, ‘blushes’, ‘mental pictures’, ‘super collider’ etc.). they are actually chemograms and all I do is set up the parameter surrounding their making. the imaging process is subjected to the inherent logic of the material; it is mostly purely mechanical. the undeveloped photo paper – sometimes exposed to colored light, sometimes unexposed – passes through a photo-developing machine, which I leave dirty or clean to varying degrees. because there are remnants of chemicals, diluted more or less with water in the machine, the photo paper continues to develop, though only partially, over time. in addition, dirt and silver particles from the traces of chemicals settle on the paper’s surface, which often produces interesting scratches and brings about a sense of alchemy. here you are dealing with physical matter on the surface of the carrier in a way that you’ll never actually deal with in conventional photography. some pictures, then, really have a light, metallic reflexivity especially when seen from the side – and for that reason ‘silver’ is the title of these pictures.”
(wolfgang tillmans, in: phaidon monograph, second expanded edition, release date 2014)
source http://www.contemporaryartdaily.com/

// silver // wolfgang tillmans  //

“the ‘silver’ works, which I began in the late 1990’s, are in some ways the opposite of the abstract pictures that I make with lights on paper in the darkroom (like ‘freischwimmer’, ‘blushes’, ‘mental pictures’, ‘super collider’ etc.). they are actually chemograms and all I do is set up the parameter surrounding their making. the imaging process is subjected to the inherent logic of the material; it is mostly purely mechanical. the undeveloped photo paper – sometimes exposed to colored light, sometimes unexposed – passes through a photo-developing machine, which I leave dirty or clean to varying degrees. because there are remnants of chemicals, diluted more or less with water in the machine, the photo paper continues to develop, though only partially, over time. in addition, dirt and silver particles from the traces of chemicals settle on the paper’s surface, which often produces interesting scratches and brings about a sense of alchemy. here you are dealing with physical matter on the surface of the carrier in a way that you’ll never actually deal with in conventional photography. some pictures, then, really have a light, metallic reflexivity especially when seen from the side – and for that reason ‘silver’ is the title of these pictures.”

(wolfgang tillmans, in: phaidon monograph, second expanded edition, release date 2014)

source http://www.contemporaryartdaily.com/

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Culture-soup is a multidisciplinary creative studio established in 2011 in Bucharest. We work in the spaces between graphic design, interior design, photography and art. We sell the things we make on our online shop. This is our magazine blog about things we like.

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