|Medium||Digital Inkjet Print, Augmented Reality Filter|
|Dimensions||29.7 x 21 cm|
|Nominated by||Jonathan Sharples|
About the work
For this piece Jack Warne has created a work which balances elements of his personal history and found media into an expanded visual format. The submission is a picture of multiple moments, a composite. Utilising his late father’s architectural schematics, found imagery and his own marks, the work explores the translational relationship between the processes of analogue drawing and digital manipulation, resulting in a work that is both virtual and physical in being.
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About the artist:
Born 1995 in Cambridge, Jack Warne lives and works in London. Graduated from BA Graphic and Media Design at University of The Arts London (2017); and MA Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art (2019).
Warne produces material that pushes the very essence of what a multimedia and multidisciplinary artist can be. Revolving around a focus on digital visual art, his work connects a number of contemporary procedures, image manipulation, algorithmic processing and digital painting with extended fields of sonic art, sculpture, augmented reality and performance. Experiencing his work engages all the senses simultaneously and opens various channels of thought to scrutinise our relationship with technology, image, perception and consciousness, and the unseen realities of abstract and degraded sonic information. Extending further yet from singularity, an additional viewpoint is accessible via his custom-built augmented reality filter. His work has appeared in Tate Modern, V&A, The Barbican and Somerset House.
Selected exhibitions include Old Friends, New Friends, Collective Ending, London (2021); 06, PM/AM, London (2020-2021); In Our Blood, I Thought You Were Dancing?, Limbo, London (2020); Terra Nexus, Proposition Studios, London (2020); Graduate Show, Royal College Of Art, London (2019); Reverse Landscape, Hannah Barry Gallery, London (2019); Relay, Fitzrovia Gallery, London (2019); I Like Your Work, Royal College Of Art, London (2018); Capital, Barbican Centre, London (2018); Digital Makers Collective, Tate Modern, London (2017); London Design Festival, London College of Communication, London (2017); Perfume Synaesthesia Late, Somerset House, London (2017); and Neuroscience & Diversity, Victoria & Albert Museum, London (2017).