April 12, 2009
PAM

PAM is some new work by Mark Napier. Reminiscent of his older net.art style work which source online content to employ within the art (e.g. FEED, Riot, Shredder), PAM retrieves photographic images of Pamela Anderson found online to reassemble her piece by piece. Coordinates of the image positions, arrows and visual evidence of how the images are reassembled in the 3D space (splines etc.) emphasise the reassembled / collaged nature of the work much like the actress / model’s approach to her own body and the use of plastic surgery.

For similar work see My Google Body.

    Posted by: Garrett @ 5:41 pm

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