Camera Distorts the Angle, 2021
60w x 40h cm
Photograph printed on cotton paper with acrylic paint and digital color marks
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Medium: Photograph printed on cotton paper with acrylic paint and digital color marks
Signature: On the back
Condition: Brand new
Certificate of Authenticity: Included
This piece is part of the series “Strategy Accordingly” in which the reference to a real place is lost, to gain space to a cyber looking image that take us on a fantasy journey and allow the work to question the future of the image and photography. This series came into a moment, where Alice started to explore the clash of digital and painting techniques all together. Mixing digital color marks with handmade paint marks and layering multiple images with the intention to lose the detail of each photo individually. The result is a manipulated imagery composition. Each work on this series has a fantasy approach. As she continues to go through images from her personal archive, she started to work with cutting and transparency tools in the computer to transform her memories into imaginary landscapes.
Like nothing else in the universe, Brooklyn based Brazilian artist Alice Quaresma pushes the boundaries of photography and painting by combining the two to manipulate the limits of time and memory. With playful strokes and splashes of vivid or pastel paint, tape and pencil, Alice reworks photographs, from an archival state — into a more vulnerable, direct and subjective state. It’s about looking for a sense of place and trying to go beyond the limits of the photo paper.