'plate 8' as part of 'axiom and simulation - part two' by mark dorf
american artist mark dorf has sent the second half of his 'axiom and simulation' project, which designboom covered earlier here.
the breadth of work is a result of a nes artist residency in skagaströnd, iceland, where dorf used the time to explore his interest
and curiosity in the country's dynamic landscape. the photographic examination exhibits natural scenery digitally modified to
weave in understated graphical elements - each investigation expressing dorf's inquiry into the human condition.
the pieces particularly focus on the metamorphosis of physical space and objects into abstract non-physical thought through
mathematical and scientific exegesis - creating unexpected and seamless amalgamation of natural and artificial elements.