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Paradox Network (P/D3 Glitch Collage Studies) by wayneedsonbryan
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Paradox Network (P/D3 Glitch Collage Studies) Metal Print

Paradox Network (P/D3 Glitch Collage Studies) Metal Print

Paradox Network (P/D3 Glitch Collage Studies) Metal Print
Paradox Network (P/D3 Glitch Collage Studies) Metal Print
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Our metal prints are thin, lightweight and durable 1/16" aluminum sheet canvas. The high gloss finish enhances color and produces sharp image details. Each sheet has a 3/4" wooden frame attached to the back to offset from the wall. Prints have a wire or sawtooth hanger, depending on size selected.

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Our burgeoning dependance on machine created perfection and instant digital communication is the starting point for Wayne Edson Bryan’s evocative compositions that explore our complex relationship with human fallibility and the arcane.

Favoring common office supplies over traditional fine arts materials, Bryan uses cut and pasted copier paper, ball point pens and self-adhesive vinyl letters to construct horror vacui collages reminiscent of the electronic glitch and signal loss static we occasionally experience, inadvertently create and wish to evolve beyond. The black and white images sourced from the internet that he painstakingly trims into strips and glues into patterns are created by or associated with computers as well as nano-technology, satellite imaging, physics, chemistry and molecular biology. By rendering depictions of technological error by hand, their human origin and attributes are amplified and become more endearing. Another result of Bryan’s manual manipulation is that the present day time frame visually communicated by the high-tech source material reverts to the appearance of being rooted in a steampunk-like past.

Just as meaning is implied by the use of letters and symbols but denied by their random arrangement, Bryan denies public access to his original physical artwork. Instead, the handmade works are exhibited exclusively in digital form on the internet. For the artist, the ascendence of the imitations of things, of our easy forgiveness of desirable data being dispensed through globalization’s filters means we’re indifferent to being denied the real.

By transforming virtual information with the realness of the hand’s lack of precision and a metaphorical glitch-like error and then returning it to its simulated form, Bryan examines the boundary between realness and electronic distortion.

Learn more at: https://www.behance.net/wayneedsonbryan

Tags: abstract, mixed-media, collage, pattern, perfect, defect, glitch, handmade, technology, error, science, mathematics, post-digital, humanism, metaphor, steampunk, ballpoint, fine art, outsider, static, pen, ink, drawing, realness, distortion, paradox

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