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Digital Collages - Wouter Hisschemöller

Digital techniques still play an important role in his creative process. His paintings today are based on photographic material found online. Of the millions of photos that are uploaded and shared daily, he searches the web for ones he might use. Using Photoshop these are cut, pasted and reorganized into collages that form the basis for his paintings. The collage acts as an allegory for the city and its people; a sometimes strange, sometimes unusual mix where seemingly random elements meet to, maybe just for a moment, form a composition.

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