Gentle Pierces Thru Colourful Haze Suspended Above the Composite Landscapes in ‘Metamorphe’



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June 17, 2022

Grace Ebert

“Style.” All pictures © Reuben Wu and Jenni Pasanen, shared with permission

Within the unearthly Metamorphe sequence, smoke-like lots swirl round hoodoos and dunes dotting the terrain. A mysterious air pervades the six illuminated works, which mix the drone-light images of Reuben Wu (in the past) with Jenni Pasanen’s virtual creations produced via synthetic intelligence. Every piece envisions the earth’s floor following metamorphosis when dwelling beings are extinct and handiest the panorama stays.

Named after human senses, the otherworldly composites consider topographies brimming with huge formations of stone and sand to discover the “chic and past emotion,” the artists say. “People are emotional beings, their selections led by way of their emotions. A gadget has no such constraints, enabling it to conceive what human minds may by no means be capable to on their very own.”

For extra from Wu and Pasanen, head to Instagram.





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