galería studio cerrillo / san cristóbal, chiapas

3-19 apr/abr 04

Cisco Dietz
Pétalos

“Digital Bouquet, Flowers from Cisco's Garden”

IN "DIGITAL BOUQUET, Flowers from Cisco's Garden": my newest body of work, I have attempted to combine the worlds of digital imagery with traditional methods of photography. There is no camera used to make these sensual, delicate and extraordinary images of flowers. The flowers are placed directly on the glass of a flat bed digital scanner then scanned at high resolution, 600 dpi to 1200 dpi. Once the flowers have been scanned the resulting image is cleaned of errors using Photoshop software. There is absolutely no manipulation of the image. The images on view are an accurate recording of the flowers, as they exist. The beauty of the images comes from the unique quality of the scanning light, which is flat, soft and enters from all sides of the image as the scanning progresses.

I began this new body of work in 1997 when I first purchased a scanner and I have continued to add to this unique body of work over the ensuing years. I now have over 50 different images that are in various stages of preparation. Only this year was I able to realize the full potential of this work through the services of Mario Cabrera Ozuna at Foto Lasser, who has printed the images.

This body of work will be exhibited at the Jaime Sabines Cultural Center in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, Mexico, opening on August 6, 2004 the work will be on display until the 30 of August.

All work is for sale and private commissions may be discussed with Cisco.

Email: cisco@apertours.com
Tel: 967 678 5727



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