Inherent to the computer are both the artistic possibility and problematic nature of its power. This cannot be ignored as merely an aspect of digital art; instead, it is its consequences that I confront. Through the innovations of Ernie Gehr and Peter Campus, I investigate perception, the locus of meaning-making for the moving image.
My work is about how we are involved (connected and vulnerable) to movements from outside ourselves; how these invisible movements influence our own movements (both in an internal and external reality), living traces and memories. I have been researching the work of Ana Mendieta, Lygia Clark and Donald Winnicott.
MA Theory and Practice of Transnational Art
Magali Laigne is post-graduate student in MA Graphic Design, London School of Arts. Her work is based on everyday life situations, objects, creating narratives of black and white photographs. Against sophistication, simple moments to stimulate imagination. This work is highly inspired by Japanese art of suggestion.
MA Graphic Design (Part-time)
The negative side of humanity could cause much terrible destruction, but it also could be a power to force human to introspect and go forward.
My focus is on the consumption age. I explores aspects of consumer culture and the affection of economic development. I've had a passion for re-combining the images via digital medium. My aim is to portray what is going on in consumer age.
The work attempts to illustrate the idea of energy, motion and time which is present in everyday life. Through research and exploration of time based artists such as Bill Viola, Darren Almond, Eadweard Muybridge and Giacomo Balla, it was possible to approach the theme form various perspectives.