I made these screen grabs because i wanted to print them onto fabric for the show and listen, however i dont have the money for it to be professionally printed and i tried printing using latex as ive done it before but was really hit and miss and i didnt like it on a large scale. So instead im just going to print in either a2 or a1 a few of the screen shots on paper.
I wanted the process i put the images through to be shown and how i manipulated them into patterns and shapes. I wanted to make them look almost like landscapes or planets with the altering layers and recognizable textures. I liked the idea of using the software as a platform for the images instead of a blank canvas as it alludes to technology combined with natural textures such as skin and grass. I wanted really hyper aesthetic images that were clashing and quite unnatural looking till you looked closely at the details of texture and pattern. I also wanted to translate my 3d into a 2d form and see how this effected the perception of the images and whether it changed how people viewed them. Im really interested in the ways in which we consume information and how this filters or exaggerates what we're reading. This theme of translation fits in well with my focus on process and the ephemeral states it creates that i can capture with my camera.