Tim Berresheim "Future Gipsy Antifolklore (What?!)"

Marc Jancou Contemporary

poster for Tim Berresheim "Future Gipsy Antifolklore (What?!)"

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Tim Berresheim draws from the legacy of German artists such as Sigmar Polke and Albert Oehlen, the latter of whom he studied with at Kunstakademie Dusseldorf, by willfully pushing the boundaries of photography in a masterful juggling of media. The show consists of two prints on wood and eight Diasec photographs, one of which was generated using as many as 300 computers to render a single image. There are over 32,000 individual visual elements featured in Future Gipsy Antifolklore III, which were photographed, remodeled using a 3D program, and then digitally collaged. Through an ingenious use of technology, Berresheim confounds the traditional viewing experience and sidesteps media classification.



from September 16, 2010 to October 25, 2010


Tim Berresheim

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