House of Scientists, Lviv, Ukraine (by lukasz mlodzinski)
Jean-François Rauzier was immediately captivated by numerical photography when it penetrated the professional market 15 years ago. He has been exploring the multiple opportunities offered by computer’s retouching since then, turning himself into a “virtual” painter.
In 2002, he created the “Hyperphoto”, a concept which enables him to deal with the impossible: to combine both infinitely big and infinitely small things in one same image, out of time.To simulate the illusion of reality, Jean-François Rauzier first had to cope with all the inherent limits inherent of the photographic and technological equipment.
He found his way by juxtaposing, duplicating, twisting images with Photoshop, making it possible for him to reproduce human vision more accurately. This way, he generated a genuine numerical puzzle, in which the pieces, cut out, “drawn again”, come up along on top of the imagination of the artist.
SoP - Scale of Representation
Burg Eltz Castle, Koblenz, Germany
Super stylish rock climbing wall designed by Nendo for Illoiha fitness center located in Omotesando, Japan. The concept behind this climbing wall is “becoming beautiful through movement”, which combines the strenuous sport of rock climbing with Omotesando’s reputation for its fashion and upscale shopping area.
The Ewan of the Shrine of Imam Ali (AS)