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13 1 Jan 20, 2018

Austin Lee – Tomato Can - austinleee on view peresprojects until March 2 2018 - Peres Projects is pleased to present Tomato Can, the first solo exhibition in Berlin of American artist Austin Lee. Lee’s impetus for making art capitalizes on his obsession with a digitally and technologically advancing world, the impact this has on contemporary culture, society, politics, and how it affects the way we look at art. Lee’s ambition in this body of work is to ask the viewer to question the relationship between digital manipulation and physical experience, and the exhibition functions as an intersection between reality and a surrealism driven by technological advancement. - In Tomato Can, Lee focuses on paintings which are executed based on digital sketches and painted on canvas with an airbrush. The works follow basic compositional forms, have a flattened spatial depth and are heavy on primary colors, a nod to Lee’s digital sketching process. Lee’s choice of color is based on the purpose of stimulating light and creating intense vibrations, reminding the viewer that the primary way of thinking about color today is in the context of the digital realm. However, the way our computers display color is only an imitation of the way we as humans biologically process it. The human eye is sensitive to three different wavelengths of light – red, green and blue, but by combining these three signals, the brain creates millions of different hues. - With so much of our brain activity devoted to vision, Tomato Can is an effort to translate this activity into perceptual reality. Rooted in perception, interpretation, emotion and action, Lee’s latest exhibition is led by the question of how to take the invisible and make it visible. - #AustinLee #TomatoCan #painting #canvas #Berlin #NewYork #contemporaryArt #artLover #technology #physical #experience #tomato #can #digital #world #culture #politics #society #ambition #relationship #manipulation #surrealism #reality #airbrush #heavy #colors #vibrations #rgb #signals - Photo/Source: Installation View, Peres Projects, Berlin

16 1 Jan 20, 2018

Austin Lee – Tomato Can - austinleee on view peresprojects until March 2 2018 - Peres Projects is pleased to present Tomato Can, the first solo exhibition in Berlin of American artist Austin Lee. Lee’s impetus for making art capitalizes on his obsession with a digitally and technologically advancing world, the impact this has on contemporary culture, society, politics, and how it affects the way we look at art. Lee’s ambition in this body of work is to ask the viewer to question the relationship between digital manipulation and physical experience, and the exhibition functions as an intersection between reality and a surrealism driven by technological advancement. - In Tomato Can, Lee focuses on paintings which are executed based on digital sketches and painted on canvas with an airbrush. The works follow basic compositional forms, have a flattened spatial depth and are heavy on primary colors, a nod to Lee’s digital sketching process. Lee’s choice of color is based on the purpose of stimulating light and creating intense vibrations, reminding the viewer that the primary way of thinking about color today is in the context of the digital realm. However, the way our computers display color is only an imitation of the way we as humans biologically process it. The human eye is sensitive to three different wavelengths of light – red, green and blue, but by combining these three signals, the brain creates millions of different hues. - With so much of our brain activity devoted to vision, Tomato Can is an effort to translate this activity into perceptual reality. Rooted in perception, interpretation, emotion and action, Lee’s latest exhibition is led by the question of how to take the invisible and make it visible. - #AustinLee #TomatoCan #painting #canvas #Berlin #NewYork #contemporaryArt #artLover #technology #physical #experience #tomato #can #digital #world #culture #politics #society #ambition #relationship #manipulation #surrealism #reality #airbrush #heavy #colors #vibrations #rgb #signals - Photo/Source: Installation View, Peres Projects, Berlin

18 0 Jan 20, 2018

So, yesterday I took my mini Morris time machine and went back to 1979 to The Clash concert at the palladium in NYC. What the hell is Paul Simonon wearing in this pic, have you ever thought about it? Till yesterday I used to think that it was a scotish skirt and I was intrigued wether he was wearing underwear or not 🤔 He wears leather pants!!!! MISTERY SOLVED!!! Yes, I know, I could have solved the fucking thing just googling.😬 I'm eager to solve stupid misterys like this, challenge me! Thanks for watching! . . . . . #backtothefuture #theclash #londoncalling #punkrock #paulsimonon #paulsimononbass #theclashlondoncalling

18 1 Jan 20, 2018

Udah lama gak pernah upload , baru" upload jadi grogi eh, type : 5x15 Hope you guys like it , sorry just a simple home design . 😊 #architecture #homedecor #home #sketch #rendering #vray #manipulation #arsitektur #indonesia #3d

27 3 Jan 20, 2018

//ROMANCE IN THE AIR// ////The way we touch each other seems to be like a shooting star fulfilled my dream. A dream in which i always seen you. Thank you for always being there in my life in all toughs and crests.//// ORIGINAL - adi____123 #show_me_your_pictures #indianphotographersclub #natgeoyourshot #picoftheday #photoshop #snapseed #manipulation #bali

18 2 Jan 20, 2018

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26 1 Jan 20, 2018

Petit check-up complet pour Donadoni 😊 Merci marine.ht 😉 #donadoni #cheval #horselover #horses #instahorse #picoftheday #osteopathe #seance #manipulation #love

6 0 Jan 20, 2018

Austin Lee – Tomato Can - austinleee on view peresprojects until March 2 2018 - Peres Projects is pleased to present Tomato Can, the first solo exhibition in Berlin of American artist Austin Lee. Lee’s impetus for making art capitalizes on his obsession with a digitally and technologically advancing world, the impact this has on contemporary culture, society, politics, and how it affects the way we look at art. Lee’s ambition in this body of work is to ask the viewer to question the relationship between digital manipulation and physical experience, and the exhibition functions as an intersection between reality and a surrealism driven by technological advancement. - In Tomato Can, Lee focuses on paintings which are executed based on digital sketches and painted on canvas with an airbrush. The works follow basic compositional forms, have a flattened spatial depth and are heavy on primary colors, a nod to Lee’s digital sketching process. Lee’s choice of color is based on the purpose of stimulating light and creating intense vibrations, reminding the viewer that the primary way of thinking about color today is in the context of the digital realm. However, the way our computers display color is only an imitation of the way we as humans biologically process it. The human eye is sensitive to three different wavelengths of light – red, green and blue, but by combining these three signals, the brain creates millions of different hues. - With so much of our brain activity devoted to vision, Tomato Can is an effort to translate this activity into perceptual reality. Rooted in perception, interpretation, emotion and action, Lee’s latest exhibition is led by the question of how to take the invisible and make it visible. - #AustinLee #TomatoCan #painting #canvas #Berlin #NewYork #contemporaryArt #artLover #technology #physical #experience #tomato #can #digital #world #culture #politics #society #ambition #relationship #manipulation #surrealism #reality #airbrush #heavy #colors #vibrations #rgb #signals - Photo/Source: Installation View, Peres Projects, Berlin

17 0 Jan 20, 2018
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