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Walter Perdan

The Tiger never follows the Square (2018)

Artwork Type
Dimensions
15.8x24.4x1.2 in / 4.00 kg
Techniques
L'opera si ispira alle sculture di Jean Arp, L'organico che si integra con l'astratto geometrico in una maniera surreale. L'opera è dotata di dispositivi per la realtà aumentata: con un uno smartphone e puntando la videocamera, sulla forma quadrata (marker) si può interagire con l'opera. The work is inspired by...
L'opera si ispira alle sculture di Jean Arp, L'organico che si integra con l'astratto geometrico in una maniera surreale. L'opera è dotata di dispositivi per la realtà aumentata: con un uno smartphone e puntando la videocamera, sulla forma quadrata (marker) si può interagire con l'opera.

The work is inspired by the sculptures of Jean Arp, the organic that integrates with the geometric abstract in a surreal way. The work is equipped with devices for augmented reality: with a smartphone and pointing the camera, on the square form (marker) you can interact with the work

Related themes

Jean ArpAugmented RealityRealtà AumentataSculturaSculpture

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My artistic journey has had several stages and different meetings with Masters and artistic personalities. But the one that decided my beginning was the meeting with the book "The spiritual in art"...

My artistic journey has had several stages and different meetings with Masters and artistic personalities. But the one that decided my beginning was the meeting with the book "The spiritual in art" by Vasilij Kandinskij. I remember that I was an adolescent full of doubts and uncertainties, but the meeting with this Master enlightens my path. I read the book in one breath as if it were a fresh source of water. And so I began my art journey. At that time I was also a big fan of climbing sports. Much later he managed to merge these two interests into one. At the end of high school I would have liked to attend the Academy of Fine Arts immediately but it was not so. For several years I cultivated my self-taught interest until I met the studio of the Trieste artist Paolo Cervi Kervischer, who trained me in live drawing and painting. I remember once I participated in a series of his painting lessons "en plein air" at the park Revoltella, I was enthusiastic and once I finished the short course, when I had free time I went to paint on the Trieste Karst. Then came the big turning point, I began in the summer to manage with my sister an alpine shelter in the Julian Alps, so in winter I was free to finally attend the Academy. I took my first degree in painting in 2009 and the specialist in sculpture in 2014. Looking back I notice that I have changed a lot but I recognize the constants, I hope that even those who visit these pages may notice them.

Biography

In 1991 I attended a drawing course at the Revoltella museum with prof. Nino Perizi.
Between 1992 and 1999 I was self-taught, taking part in various exhibitions and painting competitions.
From 2000 to 2003 I attended the workshop of the artist Paolo Cervi Kervischer.
In February 2009 I graduated in painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna with the thesis "Ascension in Contemporary Art." Three artists in comparison: Matthew Barney, Hamish Fulton, Anish Kapoor. ", (Speaker Roberto Daolio and Prof. Giovanni Mundula, score 110/110 with honors).
Between 2010 and 2012 he took part in an internship at Studio Orta.
In March 2014 I graduated in sculpture (Prof. Davide Rivalta) at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna with the thesis written: "Art and ecology. Between the sunset of the West and the Catastrophe. " and the interactive artistic work" Ecotopia of art ".
Currently I work with Studio Orta at Les Moulins de St. Mairie, Boissy-le-Chatel (France).

I invite you to visit my web page for more information about my artistic career.

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