Video|Animation

HIPNOTIC SERIES
A la manera de los concretistas más extremos, basándose en elementos plásticos básicos, las animaciones minimalistas HIPNOPTIC Series juegan con elementos básicos como lineas y planos en movimiento.
Retomando postulados del op art, pero trabajando con la imagen en movimiento, patterns, flashing y vibración, estas animaciones que se presentan como video instalaciones  proponen una experiencia perceptual relacionada a como la visión funciona, pero al mismo tiempo una reflexión sobre la información, sobre el bombardeo de imágenes en el que estamos inmersos cada dia.
HIPNOPTIC SERIES  nos  remite a la velocidad y la multiplicidad , pero  abordadas desde una  perspectiva de elementos mínimos. En lugar de generarse una masa visual abstracta a partir de imágenes figurativas, se parte de imágenes sintéticas, puramente abstractas . Nos propone un universo de formas ordenadas, cambiantes y efímeras. Se plantea la pregunta entre el “entender” y el “ver”, la repetición y cadencia de las imágenes genera un efecto hipnótico.
 
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                                                Folding series, Emanuelle Mazza/ Cristina Ghetti

The Project is a study in progress about perception, centralizad in the use of digital tools to materialize art pieces of different formats, focused to an evolution of abstract ad kinetic art, with special mention of Op art. The creation of these art pieces come from the concept of interrelating: geometry, color, mouvement and sound, using the languages developed in the conceptual territory of abstraction, in the context of new Technologies and new ways of producing/diffusing the art work. We are interested in using programming from a visual and creatice perspective exploring the results in public art pieces
Folding Pattern Zero
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Folding pattern one
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folding project, had been performed in these spaces and shows:
-Festival Espacio Enter , Tea Tenerife, Canarias. Festival International de Creatividad, Innovación y Cultura Digital 2012
-ART AFTER DARK 6
AMA | ART MUSEUM
of the AMERICAS ORGANIZATION of AMERICAN STATES Washington, USA
-Fem code. UPV Folding Pattern, mapping on architecture, , Valencia Polythecnic Universitiy 2014 http://femcode.webs.upv.es/
-NEW MEDIA VALENCIA Centro cultural de España en Bs As Folding Pattern_one en el Centro Cultural de España en Buenos aires, New Media Valencia, Julio 2011
PUNTO Y RAYA Festival de animacion abstracta  ; centro de arte Reina Sofia, Madrid españa 2012
Op&kinetic art then &now. Exposicion colectiva Galeria Punto Valencia 2013
-Arte y matematicas. Sala josep renau UPV. 2015
2º Congreso Internacional ASC: Art, Science and City UPV Valencia, 2015
UNDERSTANDING ABSTRACTION   

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Understanding abstraction
4’ 29”
2013
In this work, a tribute to an early Brian De Palma documentary posted on the Internet. A 20 minute film documenting the opening night of a OP ART exhibition at the MOMA in New York in 1966. working in a collage of film images, dialogues and her own art works, Ghetti re-reads this interesting piece that contains fantastic art works and quick interviews with some of the artists and public. De Palma depicts viewers responding to these artworks both physically and in commentary as a way to examine how technology-infused contemporary artworks play with our relationship to the screen. Rather than an exhibition of contemporary optical artworks, the aim is to explore ideas about the process of looking, and our mental and physical relationship with art.
Fascinated with the “act of looking”, and the processs of observation; Cristina Ghetti’s works proposes us questions about our understanding of abstract art, as a metaphore of perception and “visual reality”.
Working with different media, from painting to instalation or video, her subject matter is restricted to a simple vocabulary of colours and abstract shapes. These forms are her starting point and from them she develops formal progressions, colour relationships and repetitive structures.
 

 

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