Quayola Shows New Series of Dramatic Computational Landscapes in Venice

Presenting a new series of dramatic computational landscapes, Quayola’s solo exhibition “Forces / Vectors / Chromia” opens at Marignana Arte in Venice. Storms draws on a series of “ultra-high definition videos of stormy seas shot on the coasts of Cornwall” that the Italian artist used like a dataset. “The video is not the matrix of the painting,” writes curator Valentino Catricalà, “instead it is the data inferred by it: vectors and chromia, forces and intensity.”

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