Week 65_TTY / by Anti Materia

TTY is a visual artist. He develops two thematics jointly : one of them is about the evolution of the human species and the other one touches upon the nature of artistic act and its future by the integration of virtual creation tools. His main objective is to enquire about the physical dematerialization as a major trend in the contemporary world.

His work is focuses on Photography, Virtual Photography, 3D Modeling Photography, Virtual Reality, Sculpture, 3D Print and Computer Art.

He lives and works in France.

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Virtual Sea. I

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Infinite Loop. 2'13"

Computer Animation. Sound


Virtual Portrait. The Triptych

Virtual Photography
Digigraphie mounted on Dibond
FMuseum : W 300 cm x H 300 cm


Virtual Portrait

Virtual Photography
Digigraphie mounted on Dibond
FMuseum : W 300 cm x H 300 cm


HumanSkin-Shaped Stones

Virtual Photography
Digigraphie mounted on Dibond
FMuseum : W 540 cm x H 400 cm


Soon, you will have forgotten everything. Soon, they will have forgotten all about you.

Virtual Photography
Digigraphie mounted on Dibond
FMuseum : W 400 cm x H 300 cm


Virtual Bifaces

Virtual Photography
Digigraphie mounted on Dibond
FMuseum : W 400 cm x H 300 cm

Bifaces (Hand axes) are almond-shaped tools, formed on both sides. They have a sharpened point and a generally round base with a symmetry not necessary for their function. They are considered to be a spectacular invention by Homo Erectus. The beauty of some of these Bifaces is too much evident to not have been desired by their creators.
The craftsman became the artist.


The Museum of HomoSapiens. II

Virtual Photography
Digigraphie mounted on Dibond
FMuseum : W 440 cm x H 300 cm

In this vision of future, Man as we know him, tied to Nature, the City and Time, thus being mortal and with natural needs, has disappeared. The Reserve Rooms of this Museum represent a testimony of his customs and life, out of context and staged in an idealistic tableau.


The Museum of HomoSapiens.

Sexuality

Infinite Loop. 2'18"

Computer Animation. Sound


Eternal Heads. Game of expressions

Ceramics
Limoges Porcelain
H 35 cm

What’s represented here, ruptures from the conventional representation of the human heritage. Virtual models take their place, frozen in human expressions, witnessing that which was once “Homo sapiens”.


The Human Comedy. I

Virtual Photography
Digigraphie mounted on Dibond
FMuseum : W 570 cm x H 290 cm


Three Months of Mondrian’s Life

Virtual Photography
Digigraphie mounted on Dibond
FMuseum : W 260 cm x H 290 cm