|-| V | [b]
When first seeing |-| V | [b] one might think of a photograph, red straw pictures on a sunny day with radiant natural light, but the artwork could not have a more contrasted genesis. It all starts within a 3D environment as Harrison Willmott captures and distorts photogrammetries of his face. What we observe is a micro-vision of the artist’s portrait. Abstraction thus comes from a change of scale and perspective to an expressively tangible object.
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