Upstream’s Net Art Update (#35). Featured in the exhibition The New Outside on our online platform www.upstream.gallery (curated by Constant Dullaart.
When you have to stay at home there’s always Net Art. Art made for the internet, meant to be experienced at home, behind your own computer.
Today: Raphael Bastide, Four Other Times, 2019. Find it at https://four.otherti.me/s/.
Raphaël Bastide (FR, 1985) lives and works in Paris. He creates works such as transitional musical instruments, fragile web pages, ambiguous computer programs, critical network architectures, revisable and version-controlled sculptures, and quarantine-driven coding performances. In 2019 he posted one online artwork a day for 30 days, starting the 16th of November on https://otherti.me/. Inspired by simple daily events, from bread baking to autumn leaf sweeping, Raphaël Bastide used photography, drawing, coding, sound-making and recording, to extract an idea from each of the 30 days. The work shown here was posted on Day 16. Recently he created a similar series during the Covid19 quarantine, this work can be seen on https://evasive.tech/. In ‘four other times’ a 3d animation compiled from 2d animations with transparency. Creating the illusion of a revolving hologram, where nature is obviously, conscientiously mediated and regurgitated on your screen.
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