The space curvature
The space curvature
Within a space of limited size - a museum, an art gallery, it is customary to stand straight, to look straight ahead and to move in a straight line - precisely where our gaze is fixed. Increase the surface area of the space in which you evolve - dive in the heart of nature for example, and you will measure the constant adaptation that the curvature of space imposes on our body, on our mind as well : beachfront, looking straight ahead amounts to gaze the sky, to probe the void in some sort; in mountain areas, remaining constantly right sometimes requires a real balancing act; in all cases, moving in a straight line supposes to marry the local curvature of space, that is, to follow arcs of circles. This size increase is accompanied by the loss of our usual, societal markers. For this reason, men have divided the world into plots whose contours and curvature define the main axis of plowing, sowing and harvesting - i.e., a set of meridians always parallel ...
Information relating to this photography:
- Photographic conditions : Sigma DP3 Quattro - F/16 - 1/10 sec - ISO 100
- Development tool of the photograph : SIGMA Photo Pro 6.3.3
- Optimization of the display : 180 px/in + MozJPEG
Keywords : the local space curvature, dividing the world into plots, meridians and parallels, Lauragais, Tarn
This photograph gave rise to the creation of a work of art entitled « Si Turner m'était conté ... » which is part of the « Color Escape » collection of the gallery dedicated to PhotoGraphism. This work of art appears as a tableau printed on a Forex plate (Fine Art printing on white PVC, 5 mm thick, matt finish) embedded in a black wooden Artbox frame. Only ten copies of this work are marketed internationally. A certificate of authenticity accompanies each tableau.
Size : 30 cm x 80 cm - Printing support : Forex 5 mm - Black Artbox frame - GTIN : 3701147001192
Price : 250 euros
Delivery time : 15 days - Delivery costs : 20 euros
This photograph and the corresponding work of art are published in a 50-page booklet entitled « PhotoGraphism: a new artistic language » designed for the purposes of the exhibition « PhotoGraphism: a fresh perspective » organized at the Dominique C. Gallery of the castle of Auriac sur Vendinelle (France) from the 17th May to the 17th June 2019. It gathers all the 24 works of art on display as well as the photographs from which they originate, one facing the other. This booklet written in French is available for 45 euros.
Size: 21 cm x 29,7 cm - Cover: Satin coated paper 350g - Glued square back
Sheets: satin coated paper 150g - Printing: Quadrichromy - GTIN : 3701147001246
Price : 45 euros
Delivery time : 7 days - Delivery costs : 10 euros
Text on the back cover : « In their studio nestled in the heart of the Lauragais, between hills and valleys, Karine Gadré and Monique Samson meet their scientific and artistic views of the landscapes they have photographed. At heart, they have criss-crossed the Lauragais area, in the Occitanie region, and created a new artistic language called PhotoGraphism, which offers a renewed vision of our environment: three-dimensional, animated and poetic at the same time. This is followed by the creation of works of art structured in linear networks, modular grids and other undulating deformations, which, we hope, will propel the reader into an imaginary world that is at once luminous, dynamic and aerial, far from the reality photographed, yet everywhere present. »
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