Baroque Masterpieces Deconstructed Into Pixels [Video]

Baroque Masterpieces Deconstructed Into Pixels [Video]
technology

Artist Quayola extracted pixelated images from two masterpieces by Rubens and Van Dyck, revealing the structures underneath.

Daniela Walker
  • 8 july 2013

Italian visual artist Davide Quagliola aka Quayola is known for his enigmatic visual installations and work animating paintings and sculpture. In Strata #4, Quayola was given access to masterpieces by Rubens and Van Dyck to create video installations that bring a new digital life to the works, pixelating them and revealing their basic foundations.

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