Yvonne McSherry

June 12, 1998

(Photograph) - Digital Brighton exports art revolution to Siberia

Yvonne McSherry, third-year BA printmaking student. Top: "Sydney 2000 on 14 March 1997" and (above) "London 2000 on Good Friday 1998". Digital inkjet prints. McSherry explains: "Digitally manipulated photographs are reassembled to form panoramic anomalous views designed to be seamlessly rough.

They capture the eeriness of the still photograph of the urban landscape at the same time as subverting the manipulative aspects of traditional photography, digitally manipulated and generated photographs that distort our perceptions of reality without us being necessarily conscious of it."

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