WDYWTGT #3 - Spray paint and dye transfer on synthetic suede
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- Artist Bradley Ry David
- Category Abstract paintings
Creation year 2015
- Dimensions 112 x 183 cm
- Technique Spray paint and dye transfer on synthetic suede
This work is part of a suite of landscape paintings sourced from the New York library of rare pictures, based upon locations given by anonymous callers to Microsoft in 1996 during it’s “Where Do You Want To Go Today?” campaign. Bradley continues his interest in techniques to create a 21st-century painting, by heating dyes on the surface of synthetic suede alongside spray painted application.
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Bradley Ry David
Ry David Bradley (b. 1979, Australia) graduated with an MFA from Melbourne University in 2013. Bradley is known as one of the artists at the forefront of new artistic theories and practices exploring the impact of digital technologies on contemporary art and society.
Bradley’s process-based practice investigates the nature of painting in an era where the boundaries between picture, video, and virtual reality are increasingly blurred. Technology and nature thereby merge onto the canvas and slowly dissolve onto one another. Painting becomes a product of technology as much as a conscious act from the artist.