Title: 50°18'57'' x 5°22'20''
Material: 3D print in Titanium
50°18'57'' x 5°22'20'' is the first photograph that has been converted from 2D to 3D. It is a 360° x 180° panoramic photograph of a landscape that has been translated into depth. In principle, it is a 3D scan of the surrounding landscape that has been 3D printed in titanium. It is printed by Melotte Digital Manufacturing and exhibited at ‘The Rockshow’ in Genk, Belgium.
Emile Van Doren Museum
Genk / Belgium
21/06/2014 – 05/10/2014
Noctis Equi, 40 x 60 in., Watercolor and Gouache on Paper, 2013, dougargue.com
Show at Richard Heller Gallery runs from from September 6 - October 7, 2014, in Santa Monica California. Opening Reception September 6, 2014, www.richardhellergallery.com
Mason Jars, Acrylic and Wood, 55” x 64”
“Pareidolia” is meant to take away the function of the glass jars. From the blurred meaning of art, I am lead to think that anything that serves no function can then step into the realm of artwork. Starting as a joke, this idea of removing an ordinary items function became very impactful, and reinvented my inspiration to view and create artwork.
"I am seeking. I am striving. I am in it with all my heart." ~Vincent van Gogh
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