Thomas Ruff/JPEG NY03

Thomas Ruff

Edité par Edition Separee, Salon Verlag, 2005
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Extremely scarce. Beautiful copy. 1st Edition. This book is by Thomas Ruff; limited edition 1000 copies; 32pp: with 8 double page colored photos, blank white page behind each photo; when all the 8 double page images are put together they make one large image of the burning World Trade Center of 9/11; 6-1/2 x 4-1/2in (17 x 12 cm); softcovers; no text except for title page and colophon. Rare. Language: eng. N° de réf. du libraire

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Titre : Thomas Ruff/JPEG NY03
Éditeur : Edition Separee, Salon Verlag
Date d'édition : 2005
Reliure : Soft cover
Etat du livre : Fine
Edition : 1st Edition

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RUFF, Thomas
Edité par Salon Verlag, 2005 (2005)
ISBN 10 : 3932189361 ISBN 13 : 9783932189364
Ancien(s) ou d'occasion Soft Cover Edition originale Quantité : 1
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Description du livre Salon Verlag, 2005, 2005. Soft Cover. État : As New. First Edition. This book is by Thomas Ruff; limited edition 1000 copies; 32pp: with 8 double page colored photos, blank white page behind each photo; when all the 8 double page images are put together they make one large image of the burning World Trade Center of 9/11 (the whole landscape picture next to this description); booklet size: 6-1/2 x 4-1/2in (17 x 12 cm); softcovers; no text except for title page and colophon; "For some years Thomas Ruff experiments with computer-generated pictures and reflects over the preferential place of its spreading, the InterNet. While he discovered phantasmatische qualities in the series of the Nudes in the digital pornographischen picture flood, Thomas Ruff was concerned with the abstract substrates with the relationship of electronically obtained attraction and information. In the new series of JPEG the artist experiments with the compression procedure of the same name for digital pictures, which is able to reduce their file extent. The irreparable information loss here taking place falls in usual practice because of the small size of the pictures adjusted usually for the screen hardly important. Thomas Ruff is however interested in this effect. By the extreme enlargement of the pictorial material it becomes understandable, whereby the coding procedure which is based on a grid of 8x8 pixels becomes aesthetically effective. If one comes closer more near to these pictures, the picture does not only dissolve into its digital grid, also the color and brightness processes produced by the algorithms of the compression becomes visible. The information loss taken place via the procedure becomes so descriptive. It shows up that appearance and information content apart-stepped. The connection to the reality is cut, the picture becomes a pure surface figurierten according to certain mathematical rules, behind which it gives to hide nothing more. What is to be presented here in the picture, dissolves nevertheless paradoxically in the procedure of the representation. Effectively it is withdrawed so from the view of the viewer. Of pictures reproduced technically by the Benjamin loss of the aura thus the speech cannot be. On the contrary, as handling digital pictures in the press made clear lately, straight also hardly readable pictures can function as alleged guarantors of "authenticity ". Also in the age of its technical reproductibility the picture remains thus involved into a dialectic, which reciprocates between myth and clearing-up."; in EXCELLENT COND. N° de réf. du libraire 6122

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