Photosynthesis

IB Visual Arts:  Photosynthesis

This is just a fun, albeit complex to execute, idea that combines photographic and natural processes. The artists project a giant negative onto an area of grass. Through the use of controlled light they manipulate the (light sensitive) chlorophyll to produce an image with subtle variations of green and yellow. These images are non permanent and continually transforming as the grass grows. Why do these artists choose...


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