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Vertigo - Studies

[person_by] Martine Stig

June 2020

Our perception is composed of multiple perspectives. Yet our visual culture still relies on the single photographic image. Is this sufficient to reflect our current world?

In Vertigo I investigate the influence of technological progress on the photographic image. Drones and satellites extend our senses, mobile mapping increases our viewing space. "Eye level" gives way to "machine vision" (or does a hybrid form arise?).
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Martine Stig
Martine Stig (b. 1972) is an artist based in Amsterdam. Point of departure in her work is the photographic image; the voyeuristic act: photography (verb) and the autonomic product: photo (noun). Whilst using the medium (and moving away from it) she researches its role in the perception of reality.

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Technological progress extends our senses and turns our x-y-z world into a 360˚ space. Since we can virtually look from every high vantage point -with the help of drones and satellites- linear perspective and monocular rendition start to lose their universal self-evidence.

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