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Little visionaryBy Takayoshi Ueda

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2010

Textile (Cotton, Fabric, Thread), Pigment-based inkjet print on fabric print media, synthetic resin, mounted on wood panel

Edition of 6

Dimensions: 120cm (H) x 68.6cm (W) x 2.6cm (D) / 47.2" (H) x 27" (W) x 1" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.


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Artist Statement

Digital collage: Limited Edition 1/6
pigment-based inkjet print on fabric print media, synthetic resin, mounted on wood panel.

I create digital collages based on the concept of "harmony arising from the aggregation of diverse individuals and unity in dissonance".
The pieces are made using randomly created materials such as drawings, and combining them with different materials, connecting them visually into a single form.
Every character is based on a familiar plant or animal, while at the same time is flexible, rich in variety, and highly rigid.
The pieces are made using randomly created materials such as drawings, and combining them with different materials, connecting them visually into a single form.
Prducted by constructing the entirety of each piece like a metacollage, that combines several such characters.
Most of my work is output digitally onto cloth and attached to wood panels covered in white coating, which heightens the development of the color.

 



Artist Profile

Born: 1969
Hometown: Nishimuro-District
Based in: Wakayama

Takayoshi Ueda was born in Japan, 1969 and currently lives and works in Wakayama, Japan.
Learning oil painting at an art school in Kyoto, he was captivated by the beauty of monochrome paint software he experienced while studying there and began creating with a computer in 1994.
Ueda's major exhibitions of …

 

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