Giclée print on archival paper, 2014
from a non-deterministic noise function, to create rocks, valleys and peaks, formed by a single algorithm.
The landscape is represented with black dots patterns giving the illusion of shade and depth when seen from a distance.
– Archival giclée print
– Printed on Epson Ultrasmooth Fine Art paper, 325 gsm.
– 60 x 40cm, with a 2.5 cm white margin.
– All prints ship rolled in a 50cm tube.
– Prints #1-100 are signed and numbered by the artist. price: 95 euros + shipping.
– Prints #101-1000 are digitally signed and numbered. price: 70 euros + shipping.
About the artist
Born in France in 1982, artist Joanie Lemercier is primarily focused on projections of light in space and its influence on our perception. Lemercier was introduced to creating art on a computer at age five by attending classes on pattern design for fabrics taught by his mother. The threads of his early education grounded his interest in physical structures: geometry, patterns, and minimalist forms. His work his now moslty focused on how light can be used to manipulate perceived reality.
Through his experiments with projected light, Lemercier co founded visual label AntiVJ, developing stage design for festivals and architectural projections accross the world, before turning his focus on installations and gallery work.
In 2013, Lemercier founded a creative studio focused on research and development of artworks and experiments that use projected light in space.
He is represented by Muriel Guépin gallery in New York City, and gallery L.J. in Paris.
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