Artwork description:

From the continuous project "Embracing instability"
...If we would examine a pendulum in its uppermost position, we will see that versus the most down position of it, conventionally considered to be a fake state of rest, it represents the very true state of instability...

Red Dots was a spontaneous idea to create a series of images representing the alienation of an object. Red dots are manually applied by me on each print with red linseed oil paint. Therefore, despite the size of the edition, each print is unique. The dot is brought to the very active point of perception - the junction of thirds, vertical and horizontal. That way the attention of a viewer constantly jumps from the object placed in the center of the composition to the dot and back. Creating a mesmerizing effect on a spectator.

Materials used:

Giclée Fine-Art Print - Hahnemühle Photo Rag Bright White, 310 gram, 100% cotton, museum-quality for highest age resistance.

Tags:
#black and white #conceptual #plant #mixed technique #potography 
Red Dot I (series) (2019)
Photograph
by Oleg Ferstein

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  • Photograph on Paper on board
  • From a limited edition of 25
  • Size: 101 x 101cm / 100 x 100cm (actual image size)
  • Ready to hang
  • Signed and numbered certificate of authenticity
  • Style: Impressionistic
  • Subject: Flowers and plants
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From the continuous project "Embracing instability"
...If we would examine a pendulum in its uppermost position, we will see that versus the most down position of it, conventionally considered to be a fake state of rest, it represents the very true state of instability...

Red Dots was a spontaneous idea to create a series of images representing the alienation of an object. Red dots are manually applied by me on each print with red linseed oil paint. Therefore, despite the size of the edition, each print is unique. The dot is brought to the very active point of perception - the junction of thirds, vertical and horizontal. That way the attention of a viewer constantly jumps from the object placed in the center of the composition to the dot and back. Creating a mesmerizing effect on a spectator.

Materials used:

Giclée Fine-Art Print - Hahnemühle Photo Rag Bright White, 310 gram, 100% cotton, museum-quality for highest age resistance.

Tags:
#black and white #conceptual #plant #mixed technique #potography 
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