Deconstructive Surrealism: The Innovation of Architecture

August 12, 2014|
Deconstructive Surrealism: The Innovation of Architecture by William Quellec
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William Quellec is an artist with an incredible unique vision. He has been photographing for the past ten years as he passed through some cities and countries and then migrated to some others. Now a citizen of the United States and residing in New York he generally describes his work as a connection to landscapes and cityscapes.

In the lather case for example, it is the architectural elements of a structure and their interactions with light, shadow and their environmental surroundings that invite him to have a profound long-term relationship with it. He then spends time, sometimes minutes, sometimes hours, sometimes multiple visits at different times, seasons and trips to photograph the same structure and satisfy his thirst for the curiosity created by the architecture.

He works his surrealist photographs in specific steps. The first is called ?Deconstruction?. This is the beginning of a process that starts in the field while he envisions a surrealistic form of a structure in his imagination, and then for the image in his mind to become reality in the form of visual art he takes hundred of photographs. The second step of his process that he calls ?Reconstruction?, happens in his studio where he takes his many photographs frame by frame placing each shot into a new dimension of art. Consequently, this process created by William has been named ?Deconstructive Surrealism? and can take as little as hours and as long as years for some of his art pieces to finish. Amazingly, it is during this process that he might commit to his relationship with the structure on a deeper level.
Title:Deconstructive Surrealism: The Innovation of ArchitectureFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:166 pages, 11 X 8.5 X 0.45 inShipping dimensions:166 pages, 11 X 8.5 X 0.45 inPublished:12 août 2014Publisher:AuthorhouseLanguage:English

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ISBN - 13:9781496931504

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