Graham Fudger (b.1964 UK) is a conceptual artist working in digital and 3D media. BA and MA trained in London, he spent fifteen years as a photographer and picture editor in the magazine industry post-graduation in a career spanning five continents in the fields of business and Formula One. He took the Man Booker longlist up on to Anthony Gormley’s Fourth Plinth in 2009 and once supported REM during their UK tour as part of the Jazz Butcher group. Graham’s sculptural and digital work considers humanity’s impact on the environment in a shifting technological world. His latest trajectory, creating high-resolution digital work in a dedicated macro photography studio, draws influence from the fields of particle physics and the science of seeing. The Quantum series explores the permeable membrane between the subliminal and the conscious mind, stimulating the visual cortex with images that are both sensory and semiotic, whilst testing the limits of chromatic adaptation through a range of experiments using graduated transitional hue.