Not as many as 50 shades but grey nevertheless

The process that led to these photographs being taken involved a file that I created, which was then uploaded to a site and then 3D printed. Not to raise questions of ownership issues but rather to express a delight when opening the package. There is quite a difference between screen viewing and physical touch, but eyes have observed this end result prior to me, oh … Continue reading Not as many as 50 shades but grey nevertheless

Pushing Boundaries

Turning something in the mind into something that has form takes skill, technique and expertise. Even that in itself is not always enough. As technology changes it brings advantages and causes disadvantages. It may be able to create from different processes outside of typical printing, methods I have spoken about in earlier post. Unbeknownst to me at that time they were actual processes that are … Continue reading Pushing Boundaries

50 shades of Grey between data and privacy

I question whether it is better to leave things in the dark or whether under the right circumstances they indeed should be brought into the light.  This topic also raises in me notions of trust in both inanimate things and people, linked but not prescribed. The image pictures notions of rest and relations in states of safety. The only thing to link these images is … Continue reading 50 shades of Grey between data and privacy

Looking somewhere else

Looking can be viewed as a pastime in which what may be looked at can give pleasure to the viewer under a presumption that what is being looked at, cannot see the what is the object of the gaze. The bounds of those experiences for both the observer and the subject have a history. Which in some cases clouds the picture. The watchers get pleasure … Continue reading Looking somewhere else