This edition follows the artist’s approach and research on generative works and on movement. It is composed of twelve flipbooks, a black and white booklet.
Since 1978, Miguel Chevalier has been using computers as a means of expression in the visual arts. He has imposed himself as a pioneer in virtual and computer art.
This edition follows the artist’s approach and research on generative works and on movement. It is composed of twelve flipbooks (that play on the illusion created by retinal persistence, in order to give life to twelve flowers), a black and white booklet (twelve texts written with Jean-Pierre Balpe’s writing generator, mixing science and fiction).
|Justification||Signed and dated by the artist|
|Technique||Wooden box with 12 texts, 12 flip books|
Miguel Chevalier was born in 1959 in Mexico. He lives and works in Paris. Since 1978, Miguel Chevalier uses technology as a way of expressing himself on the visual art field. He internationally imposed as one of the pioneers of visual and digital arts.
Scroll To Top