• Add to Collection
  • Tools Used
  • About

    About

    METAMEMORY is a combination of two camera-less photographic techniques, Luminogram and Photogram, applied on Fuji Instax instant film and digital… Read More
    METAMEMORY is a combination of two camera-less photographic techniques, Luminogram and Photogram, applied on Fuji Instax instant film and digitally enlarged to final print size with a Macro lens. For this project I disassembled and modified different components of an old laptop computer and a broken smart phone and also customized many different found light sources to give the cold mechanical pieces an organic and lifelike appearance. I want a simultaneous sense of Origin and Decay, Utopia and Dystopia, Analogue and Digital, Micro and Macro cosmos to become tangible within my work because I feel like my generation with all the its technological advancements(e.g. 3D printing, artificial intelligence or quantum computing) lives at a crossroads of many different possible outcomes for the near future. For good or for worse. Read Less
    Published:
METAMEMORY
part 5 of the "LuCeBar X" project


"LuCeBar X" is an acronym for the main ingredients of the many parts of this personal project:

Lumen/Lux (emitted light spectrum),
Celsius (temperature),
Bar (pressure) and
X (which stands for the often surprising effects of a photo-chemical process).


METAMEMORY is a combination of two camera-less photographic techniques, Luminogram and Photogram, applied on Fuji Instax instant film and digitally enlarged to final print size with a Macro lens.
For this project I disassembled and modified different components of an old laptop computer and a broken smart phone and also customized many different light sources to give the cold mechanical pieces an organic and lifelike appearance. I want a simultaneous sense of Origin and Decay, Utopia and Dystopia, Analogue and Digital, Micro and Macro cosmos to become tangible within my work because I feel like my generation with all the its technological advancements(e.g. 3D printing, artificial intelligence or  quantum computing) lives at a crossroads of many different possible outcomes for the near future. For good or for worse.



If you are interested in purchasing prints, exhibiting or publishing my work please contact me here:

ed.horn(at)gmx.de


You can also follow me here:

INSTAGRAM
         FACEBOOK





Always starting. Always ongoing. Process is progress.

Thanks for watching!