Artefact Analogique

Maximilien Pellegrini – Artefact Analogique

Artefact Analogique is a photographic study and observation work defining and questioning the image development process. Images are put together using various predefined forms and tools, which have been selected according to their graphical potential. After this allocation, a merger process is put into place. Once this has been done, the result is subjected to analogical phenomena such as projection, reflection, rotation and vibration, causing visual reactions.

Diploma project (2018) by Maximilien Pellegrini

Professors
Diego Bontognali, Jonathan Hares

Artefact Analogiqueis a photographic study and observation work defining and questioning the image development process.
Images are put together using various predefined forms and tools, which have been selected according to their graphical potential.
After this allocation, a merger process is put into place.
Once this has been done, the result is subjected to analogical phenomena such as projection, reflection, rotation and vibration, causing visual reactions.

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