Diane Dal Pra And Services Généraux Create An Abstract, 3D-Rendered Artwork
Dal Pra’s works are concerned with movement, bodies, and color; her artistic style is influenced predominantly by Renaissance period compositions. The artwork in question is inspired by the style of Romanian sculptor Constantin Brâncuși and depicts a faceless woman curled up in a ball, holding a vase of flowers that are positioned peculiarly atop a small mask. The joint effort brings together the ancestral medium of painting with the very contemporary art form of digital rendering. “This collaboration was born from a recurring desire to produce a new material questioning image and object, at the junction between 2D and 3D,” explains Dal Pra to IGNANT. “Services Généraux has advanced expertise in creating three dimensional imagery. The question we wanted to raise was when…
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