Enoki Grouping
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Enoki Grouping

Prints medium: Digital print


Edition of 51 (1 available)

Gallery: London Contemporary Art

Ships from: United Kingdom

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About the artwork
Edition of 50.Only available on chromaluxe.


Medium Digital print
Support Metal
Framed? No
Subjects Nature,
Style Figurative
Original or Edition? Edition of 51
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Artwork Dimensions: 55 X 55 X 1 X cm

About Hugh Turvey

Hugh works with traditional photographic techniques that produce images without a camera.
By placing objects directly onto the surface of a photo-sensitive material and exposing it to light, a silhouette of the object is created on the material. It is a captured shadow of the object. These are called photograms and coincidentally were one of the first photographic imaging techniques used by William Fox Talbot, who called them photogenic drawings.
Now, since the discovery of x-ray by Röntgen, it is possible to create x-ray photograms (e.g. skiagrams, Röntgenograms, shadowgraphs, radiographs).
He has continued this classification naming heritage and created the term XOGRAM.
(referencing ‘X’ for ‘unknown’, the Greek: out: έξω/éxo̱ and drawing: γραμμα/gramma).