“Nymphaea” by J-M Guyaux is an attempt to respond to an existential topic…
… “What if Monet was breathing in the digital age?”
By digitally engineering elements from a cross section of the roughly 250 Water Lilies oil paintings produced by Claude Monet, J-M Guyaux creates a synthesis that fuses the past with the present, the beauty of the brush stroke with the power of data visualization.
The grammar of algorithms celebrates the perennial nature of the subject, ultimately the circle of life present in all living entities.
The work as presented on Sedition is an adaptation of a physical work that is available as a digital rendering printed on dye sublimated aluminum. The work is included in J-M Guyaux series of Masterpieces Redux viewable at https://jmguyauxvisuals.com