These are images samples, drawn from our objective reality. The idea was to fragment a urban landscape from a sample (photography), breaking fixed elements up into several plans, while sticking to a faithful representation of the moving elements.
These pieces reshape the evolution of urban landscape, and encourage the audience to interact with the artwork according to a visual reconstruction mental exercise.
In the project’s website, pieces are classified by countries in order to show the spread of architectural changes. Works and pieces on this site suggest leads for thought and allow the audience to experiment urban landscape according to their own sensitivity. The aim is not to re-present the world as it is, but rather to suggest a new angle for observation and consideration.
More information at www.wysi-not-wyg.com
French visual artist, Olivier Ratsi introduced us to his latest project: What You See is NOT What You Get (WYSI*not*WYG). This work is mainly based upon representations of world’s perception and the experience of reality. Reminding me a bit the work of Filip Dujardin, Anarchitecture is a photographic work based on research started since 2005, implementing different forms and formats such as photography, multimedia installation, audiovisual performance and mapping performance.
May 20 13 @ 5:32 PMTom Petty & the Heartbreakers
May 21 13 @ 5:23 PMMoMA's Annual Party in the Garden
May 22 13 @ 5:37 PMof Montreal at Music Hall of Williamsburg
May 23 13 @ 5:27 PMØDD Spring Sale
May 24 13 @ 5:40 PMYacht at Shea Stadium
May 25 13 @ 5:50 PMJames Murphy and Special Guests at Grand Prospect Hall
May 26 13 @ 5:54 PMOneohtrix Point Never at Saint Vitus
May 27 13 @ 6:01 PMA conversation With James Murphy
May 28 13 @ 5:46 PMNaoaki Funayama: X-don at Ouchi Gallery
May 29 13 @ 6:06 PMMarina & The Diamonds and Charli XCX