Carnosky

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Carnosky is the col­lab­o­ra­tion between Francesco Rugi and Sil­via Quin­tanilla. Their pop­u­lar instal­la­tion, RGB, was an incred­i­ble use of light, images, and color. From Carnosky’s website:

RGB is a work about the explo­ration of the “surface’s deepness”.

RGB designs cre­ate sur­faces that mutate and inter­act with dif­fer­ent chro­matic stimulus.

RGB’s tech­nique con­sists in the over­lap­ping of three dif­fer­ent images, each one in a pri­mary color. The result­ing images from this three level’s super­im­po­si­tion are unex­pected and dis­ori­ent­ing. The col­ors mix up, the lines and shapes entwine becom­ing oneiric and not com­pletely clear. Through a col­ored fil­ter (a light or a trans­par­ent mate­r­ial) it is pos­si­ble to see clearly the lay­ers in which the image is com­posed. The filter’s col­ors are red, green and blue, each one of them serves to reveal one of the three layers.

Via Brown Paper Bag

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