Digital sculpture at Sónar Festival, Barcelona

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matter2A 12-metre-tall, digital, audiovisual sculpture has been unveiled for viewing at the National Museum of Catalonia in Barcelona. The digital sculpture, by Italian artist Davide Quayola, is based on an sculpture of Rodin, and is part of the ‘Festival Internacional de Música Avanzada y New Media Art Sónar‘ in English, the International Festival of Advanced Music and New Media Arts, Sónar.

Quayola is a multimedia artist and graphic designer and worked with various photos of the original sculpture in order to produce his digital version, ‘Matter’.

News article on the sculpture: http://www.europapress.es/catalunya/noticia-mnac-sonar-repiensan-rodin-escultura-digital-12-metros-20130614141338.html

Official website for ‘Matter’ and Quayola: http://www.quayola.com/

Matter_Davide Quayola

 

 

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