- Gabriel Orge
- Federico Andrade
- Rosana Fernández
- Marcelo Gritti
- Liliana Menendez
- José Pizarro
- Alejandro Romanutti
- Agustina Triquell
- Roberto Videla
Ianina Ipohorski (1975) is an Industrial Designer and Visual Artist.
In the last years she has aborded the representation problematic using 3D modeling digital language and render technique in relation to the photographic directly shooting. She has participated in various collective exhibitions, publication and production groups linked to digital art and image. Lives in Cordoba, Argentina.
Electric Sheep II (2007/2008)
Vision of art
This images are constructed like dystopia. The scenarios and characters are presented like utopias in their superficial vision, but as they cross in a narrative series, they speculate with the repressive character that technological sophistication and consumption systems projects over the city.
The hybrid character of models and spaces, constructed assembling various portraits over digital 3D model and direct shoots, are related with the idea of stereotype.
I feel interested in software uses, a pragmatic character tool, that gives as result, a model of representation normalized with a utilitarian purpose, translated into a different context, “art”.
Electric Sheep, also proposes a quote from classic science fiction literature and in particular from Philip K.Dick “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?”
I think that it's very the use of digital representation programs in art and design fields, is very extended in Cordoba. I find in this aspect a situation in analogy to my work, an hybrid situation, a high grade specialization about a work support which we appropriate or accede in a “not legal way”. I think that is the idea of working on a “cracked system”, that in some way contains the works and artists linked to this technological problematic in Argentina's interior cities in the last years.
As referents I mention Pablo Suárez, Dan Graham, Gordon Matta Clark, Bruce Nauman, Nan Goldin, Grete Stern, Tomas Ruff, Raúl Lozza.
The artist propose to his models to make a self portrait using their own memories and the Interpol's software for talking portraits. He works with the identity and image that each of them has incorporated about themselves
Gustavo Romano's work.
The theoretical work in relation to José Pizarro's image. His paintings production and installations.
Ananké Asseff's work..
I can also mention an international artist like Rineke Dijkstra (Holland 1959).
The portrait series of people in “transition state”, like adolescents.
Gregory Crewdson (EE UU 1962). Photographies of faithful constructions/reproductions of scenes.