This book offers a complete vision of the plastic artist Champion Métadier's recent work in which the issues and consequences of digital pictures' future reflect with a singular acuteness. Her works impose themselves as remarquably dense objects.
This monograph offers the reader a complete view of Champion Métadier’s recent work.
When it comes to the future of digital pictures, issues and implications are numerous and strong, on the artistic field as well as elsewhere. In Champion Métadier’s most recent work, these issues manifest in a particularly acute way, leading his art to brand itself as very dense objects of analysis.
Champion Métadier’s art works carry a strange tension between what can be seen and what is intelligible. The artist uses computers in order to show what machines have changed in the process of creating and perceiving.
The human eye and softwares, precise images and unresolved interpretations, digital prints and the touch of a hand: the tension between each one of these contraries can only be high, as it would be between opposite polarities.
Champion Métadier’s pictures pulsate with those shocks.
|Number of pages||144|
|Size||23 x 27 cm|
|Language||French / English|
Born in Tours (France). Lives and works between Paris and New York.
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