Born in 1992 in France, Amaury D’Hulst studied «Product Design» in Lille, then moved to Belgium to study the aesthetics of objects. It is there that he asserts his relationship with the dialogue between perception and emotion, which earned him the «Tremplin jeunes Diplômés» prize in 2018. In 2019, he pursues his studies at the MMasters in Design at the Université du Québec à Montréal, where he develops his reflexive path through a creative research on (the co-creation between designer and artificial intelligence ?).

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Circe Mirror (Manatsu)

Manatsu is a mirror that is inspired by what we experience. We can see in it the warm representation of a strong moment, that of a season, of summer. It is these warm colors captured in a perfect circle that animate a feeling of radiance and relaxation. The variation and gradation between each color provides a rhythm, a depth that invites the contemplation of the mirror as an object beyond the reflection of its own image. A graphic work inspired by our past, executed by the machine of the present. The pictorial transformation consisting of millions of pixels has been elaborated with a color processing algorithm. It represents the time that passes between the pixelated images of the past through today’s algorithmic processing.
$3,490.00
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