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EXHIBITIONS

The exhibition consists of a series of paintings that go in everything from ochre to pastel.

With small, short brushstrokes, Fleur depicts vast undulating landscapes and enclosed spaces, sometimes populated, sometimes not. Common to the motifs is that the brushwork makes them out of focus on the border of blurred, which strains both the viewer's eye and the brain (...)                                                                   

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The exhibition shows paintings made up of production and reproduction. A specific state of

light has been frozen and digitized for a few seconds of shutter speed. The photograph of

the painting has then served as a starting point for a new painting. The translation of information and compression creates deviations. A small change in color temperature can cause major changes. Size changes as well (...)

                                     

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The exhibition shows paintings that all are constructed from repetition and copying.

A specific light, a few seconds shutter speed,

has been frozen and digitized. The photograph of the painting has then served as the starting point

for a new painting. Translation of information and compression creates deviations. 

 

A small change in color temperature can cause major changes (...)                          

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In the exhibition 8,192 Different Levels of Pressure Sensitivity, Daniel Fleur presents new oil paintings. They have their starting point in the meeting between a material painting and an immaterial digital painting. Fleur’s artistry is based on an interest in painting both as a method and theme. In his work, he allows both his own usage of digital images and society's way of communicating to be transformed into an input (...)

                                                                   

Daniel_Fleur_artist_exhibition_Sweden

The exhibition shows paintings that all are constructed from repetition and copying.

A specific light, a few seconds shutter speed,

has been frozen and digitized. The photograph of the painting has then served as the starting point

for a new painting. Translation of information and compression creates deviations. 

 

A small change in color temperature can cause major changes (...)

                                                     

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In his exhibition Transmission at Galleri Thomas Wallner, Daniel Fleur shows a suite of

paintings that are based both on the encounter with the digitally compressed images from

the inventory lists but also on the experience of being able to study the originals up close.

 

The word transmission can be synonyms with:

transfer; energy transfer; broadcast (...)

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