Posts Tagged ‘collage’

Matthieu Bourel

Written by Andrea on . Posted in art

Matthieu Bourel-gift-influence

Matthieu Bourel‘s collages: personal website and tumblr

“Matthieu Bourel’s work also extends to the digital medium, with animated gif and digital collages. This way, he points out, you don’t need the physical material, you can easily express an idea – while in some cases making the images even more alive. Still, his preferred material remains paper, with which he feels he has a beneficial limit, a true, physical contact.” Read the complete interview here.

Matthieu Bourel - gift influence

Matthieu Bourel - Man Ray Tribute

Matthieu Bourel - Woman under influence

Matthieu Bourel

impossible man

Written by Andrea on . Posted in art, photography

Atfal Ahdath

Atfal Ahdath‘s work explores and manipulates the techniques that have fashioned a culture of reproducibility and standardization and accelerated the Arab world’s fascination with fame. Portraiture becomes an art of disembodied faces and uprooted sceneries, infinitely reproducible and ultimately unconvincing. Individual difference dissolves into a visual detritus of mass-produced templates with which one literally does and redoes the memories. The work assembles a set of digitally-deconstructed and rewired images in order to produce memories that are untraceable, disconnected from their temporal coordinates. Memory outside time.

[the running horse]

Atfal Ahdath


Atfal Ahdath