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Albany Museum Art 1989

Albany Museum Art 1989

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Published by Philip Pocock
Cibachrome paintings of New York City rubble and chemical dye-bleach silkscreen and handwork layers exhibited at the Albany Museum of Art Georgia, curated by Peter Doroshenko 1989.

Cibachrome painting is a process art developed by Philip Pocock. IT is alchemical in essense, where a silkscreen stage allows the pictorial division of the photographic surface. On the one hand, allowing light to etch its surface with photographic imagery, and on the other hand, allowing strong bleaches to variably subtract the Cibachrome yellow, magenta and cyan dyes in broad daylight.

The result is a rather hyper-sensual seamless surface of finely grained photographic imagery juxtaposed with the fluid flowing chemical brushstrokes.

Cibachrome Painting is a hybrid photographic and painterly medium that realizes that as online media were becoming the medium of movment, video art was 'slowing down' and being projected as time-image photography on walls, in turn encouraging photographs to become bigger and share the body-relation space of painting, while painting returned to the wall and became fused once more with architecture.

These works are psychadelic and appropriative as message, utterly unique and included in many private collections in New York an California as well as the Museum Ludwig Cologne, where the legendary collector and connoisseur of photography and founder of Photokina Cologne wrote a short text on Pocock's Cibachrome Painitng entitled 'Photography As Such' (Fotographie an Sich) in which he terms the work "hallucinatory journeys into the new.".
Cibachrome paintings of New York City rubble and chemical dye-bleach silkscreen and handwork layers exhibited at the Albany Museum of Art Georgia, curated by Peter Doroshenko 1989.

Cibachrome painting is a process art developed by Philip Pocock. IT is alchemical in essense, where a silkscreen stage allows the pictorial division of the photographic surface. On the one hand, allowing light to etch its surface with photographic imagery, and on the other hand, allowing strong bleaches to variably subtract the Cibachrome yellow, magenta and cyan dyes in broad daylight.

The result is a rather hyper-sensual seamless surface of finely grained photographic imagery juxtaposed with the fluid flowing chemical brushstrokes.

Cibachrome Painting is a hybrid photographic and painterly medium that realizes that as online media were becoming the medium of movment, video art was 'slowing down' and being projected as time-image photography on walls, in turn encouraging photographs to become bigger and share the body-relation space of painting, while painting returned to the wall and became fused once more with architecture.

These works are psychadelic and appropriative as message, utterly unique and included in many private collections in New York an California as well as the Museum Ludwig Cologne, where the legendary collector and connoisseur of photography and founder of Photokina Cologne wrote a short text on Pocock's Cibachrome Painitng entitled 'Photography As Such' (Fotographie an Sich) in which he terms the work "hallucinatory journeys into the new.".

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Published by: Philip Pocock on Nov 25, 2008
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