Nature Morte

Nature Morte (2012) is a work by Charles Sandison.

The piece Nature Morte is an accomplished interpretation of baroque vanitas from the viewpoint of new  technologies. Convinced that language is our interface with reality, Sandison creates IT  programmes controlled by dynamic molecular algorithms that generate words and brings them to  life. In the case of the winning work, the artist uses the quartet of Byron that references Carpe Diem, the enjoyment of the instant, in a generative audiovisual work, as such, always distant, that  includes elements of literature, romanticism, and textuality, as well as a profound reflection on  new media.

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