The dismantling of colour

As a continuation of my initial attempt  at replicating the concept by Matthew Brandt I sought to go further with digital manipulation of my pictures, adding colour to extend the message of the “Singularity” concept.

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Simply adding layers using colour and masks perhaps would produce interesting results . But with enough effort put into it I could’t be bothered with the blank surfaces it created, colour without substance, without meaning.

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Going even further I combined two images from shoot 2,  using the “Displace” filter, and while originally I parked this idea, I saw that the displaced structure of the imported image would distort the original, which founded the foundation of my newest result.

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Going further with this, utilising masks more extensively, I wanted to borrow the texture and colour from my catalogue to enhance what my previous attempts at imitating Matthew Brandt had failed to, compromising for uninteresting meaninglessness.


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