New work is underway on an animation that explores light installation in the virtual
A selection of work from Casting Out the Self is currently showing at Deichtorhallen Haus der Photographie, Hamburg
Looking into the science behind light to unravel the potential of photographic data.
PHOTOGRAPHIC RELIGHTING TEST
An advanced technique I've been testing thats enables me to completely relight a photograph after it has been taken
WORK IN PROGRESS
New light sculpture design nearing completion
NEW INSTALLATION TESTS
CASTING OUT THE SELF
The new POSTmatter site is up an running with new 3d renders, zoomable photographs, and animations
POSTMATTER EXHIBITION LAUNCH
BJP ARTICLE FEATURING CASTING OUT THE SELF
I have work showing as part of POSTmatter's new website launch and upcoming issue New Mythologies, kicking off with the launch party on the 29th Sept. 3d renders, animations and experimental imagery, with commissioned text by Lucy Soutter, soundscapes created through close work with Dave Corney, and digital collaborations with Jules Malcomson.
I'm currently designing new light sculptures as part of Casting Out the Self
Interview about my forthcoming project Casting out the self , discussing content, ideas and inspiration behind the work
FOAM MAGAZINE EXHIBITIONS
WINTERTHUR MUSEUM PLAT(T)FORM 2016
I was nominated to take part in Plat(t)form 2016, and my work selected by the expert panel of judges as exceptional
PHOTOWORLD MAGAZINE CHINA
Lucy Soutter has recently included my work in a new article for Photoworld Magazine 'Expanded Photography: Persistence of the Photographic', below is an excerpt...
Dominic Hawgood uses computer-generated imagery to test the limits of what we perceive to be real in photography. This image is a computer-generated rendering of an exhibition rather than an actual photograph, a strategy that allows the artist to imaginatively project what an ideal exhibition would look like, and in practical terms to solve curatorial problems, and to circulate his work in its ideal form. Some of the images within the rendered exhibition show objects that have been computer generated rather than photographed. Showing scenes and objects associated with exorcisms at African pentacostal churches around London, the images reflect on the extremes of human experience and what is felt as authentic or real. The form the work takes is highly mediated via various digital processes, yet the investigation remains close to questions about the possibilities and purpose of photography in relation to human truth.
Dr Lucy Soutter is an artist, critic and art historian. She is Senior Tutor in the Department of Critical and Historical Studies Humanities at the Royal College of Art and is the author of Why Art Photography? (London: Routledge, 2013
AXISWEB ARTIST OF THE MONTH
FOAM TALENT INSTALLATION
Documentation from the light installation build at Atelier Néerlandais in Paris for Foam Talent
WORK IN PROGRESS 3D SCAN ANIMATION
CHRISTOPHE GUYE GALLERY
I am currently blogging for Der Greif magazine and uncovering the process behind my work
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OONAGH YOUNG GALLERY
Under the Influence is currently exhibiting at Oonagh Young Gallery, Dublin. The solo show reimagines a previous work, The Anointing Water Version 1.0 as an illusory light installation and 3d print that takes on the appearance of a monitor screen
FOAM TALENT 2015
3D SCAN FOR RED MANSION SHOW INSTALLATION
RED MANSION DIARY
As part of my residency last year with Red Mansion I was commissioned to produce a diary of my time in China. In response I put together a small series of images taken during my travels that were inspired by the dreamlike quality of the light, and created a Japanese bound book.
3D SCAN FOR PLANCHE(S) CONTACT #5 EXHIBITION
The Veil, 2014 (Self-Adhesive Fabric Vinyl)
CATLIN GUIDE 2015
I have been selected as one of the UK's most talented new artists in this years Catlin Guide 2015, and will be showing with them at London Art Fair to coincide with the publication launch.
UNCERTAIN STATES EXHIBITION
And she goes down, 2014 (Self-Adhesive Fabric Vinyl)
THESIS: THE THERAPEUTIC REAL
The thesis was awarded a distinction and can be downloaded from the following LINK. It identifies a recent cultural phenomenon: literary and filmic re-enactments of real-life events that produce in their participants a kind of reality of the moment, thereby generating a particular sense of self aware authenticity for the viewer.
© ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, DOMINIC HAWGOOD, 2016