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Forum Topic Title: What is Experimental Visual Art?
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Forum Topic Detail: Would this simply be esoteric art? Or art in which the subject matter cannot really be visually perceived? Would this be considered abstract. The question is, if visual art created today is to be truly considered avant garde, what would it be? What would be the 'unusual' basis of the art? Would it be the medium or tools used to create the art? Would it be the presentation of the art? Please provide us with your thoughts, opinions, & examples of what you would consider experimental visual art today or in the near future. And, let's set a goal of putting these shared ideas together into a collaborative visual art effort.
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What is Experimental Visual Art?
First Name: C13
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Nickname: Audio Filter
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First Name: C13
Last Name: c13.one
Nickname: Audio Filter
Email: audiofilter@gmail.com
Web Presence: www.sonicparlor.com
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May 24, 2018 · 3:24:05 AM UTC [ Post ID: 5 ]
As you may know, I'm a mostly a sonic artist. I merely dabble in visual art (designing some cover art here and there, or working on band branding, such as a logo). However, I do have a thought regarding experimental visual art. I've always been both fascinated and impressed at how a visual artist can create a dichotomy of realization in visual art. This could be in the form of a portrait, where the subject is depicted in a standard pose, yet the style/medium suggests an alternate theme or intent. For example, imagine a portrait of a subject using the style of Cubism. We may be able to clearly see the subject perhaps in a white suit maybe standing in front of a building where they have influence or may have erected. However, within the detail of the Cubism a more 'dark' or 'harsh' undertone may be subtly influencing the viewer. Inversely, Surrealism could be used to portray the subject as passionately connected to a much more involved or 'meta' reality.
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June 14, 2018 · 12:12:50 AM UTC [ Post ID: 21 ]
Hyper-reality. This is a term I've been lately using while I've been thinking about how modern technology is becoming better at capturing details in day-to-day activities that our normal human eyes cannot process/intake. For example, imagine a newer cell phone that enables the user to record video in 'fast speed' that will in turn play back the video in super slow-motion. The user could in essence record a friend (from a downwards angle) falling backwards into a pool of water. Then, if the friend perhaps had longer hair, a 'still' from the video could be viewed to see the exact moment when the back of the friend's head was just entering the water, yet most of the hair is still flowing and dry. I guess a camera with a super fast shutter speed could also produce this type of image result. Let me know if you feel that this could be a future collaboration project idea for the collective? Could be fun!
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Email: audiofilter@gmail.com
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June 14, 2018 · 12:22:32 AM UTC [ Reply ID: 22 ]
Another related thought. I've also enjoyed the hyper-reality caught by using 'macro' lenses or modes that allow the user to capture ultra close-up images. Such as the pores on skin, or the hair on the wing of a moth.
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