20th Century Nostalgia (Pall Mall), 2011
wood, paint, 138cm x 75cm x 63cm
The pixeled sculptures I make originate in the principle of censorship, either positive or negative. In my recent work I am using the pixeled image also for showing phenomena in our surroundings that are bound to change or disappear (or already have done so).
Pixelation can be seen as a transformative stage of the slowly dissolving image, already blurred in eye and mind.
[on the foreground: '20th Century Nostalgia (Pall Mall)' and in the background: '21st Century Neoclassicism (Have A Nice Day!)']