Augmented Materiality Laboratory

Serial Paintings (in collaboration with Daniel Saakes) aims at revealing hidden aspects of the physical and mathematical relationship between perceived image and its material support. In “Back and Forth – anadrome pneumatique“, a string of colored balls is pushed back and forth between two distant canvases using compressed air. Without rearranging the order of the balls, the string is forced into the shape of a spiral; this folding ‘decrypts’ and deploys the color sequence into each canvas surface, alternatively revealing a pair of images with opposite meanings.

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Alvaro Cassinelli