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Microclick

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In the Microclick series I try to create movement where stillness usually draws the horizon.

 

Several dozen shots are taken of the same subject, from different angles, then stitched and layered, using a digital

method.

 

The perspectives merge, and give way to a deconstructed architecture with saturated colors.

Currently based in Bangkok

 

13.805558° N, 100 574574° E

 

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+33 749 000 933

+66 926 499 084

 

LINE ID : julesviera

 

julesviera@gmail.com

French artist from eastern France, living in Asia since 2019, Jules Viera works with different types of materials and supports, mainly photography and wood.

 

 

 

For several years now, he has fed his work with various digital resources and techniques, especially in La Redite series, exhibited in Bangkok in February 2020

digital media

photography

art work

Microclick

In the Microclick series I try to create movement where stillness usually draws the horizon.

 

Several dozen shots are taken of the same subject, from different angles, then stitched and layered, using a digital

method.

 

The perspectives merge, and give way to a deconstructed architecture with saturated colors.

Microclick

In the Microclick series I try to create movement where stillness usually draws the horizon.

 

Several dozen shots are taken of the same subject, from different angles, then stitched and layered, using a digital

method.

 

The perspectives merge, and give way to a deconstructed architecture with saturated colors.

Microclick

In the Microclick series I try to create movement where stillness usually draws the horizon.

 

Several dozen shots are taken of the same subject, from different angles, then stitched and layered, using a digital

method.

 

The perspectives merge, and give way to a deconstructed architecture with saturated colors.

Microclick

In the Microclick series I try to create movement where stillness usually draws the horizon.

 

Several dozen shots are taken of the same subject, from different angles, then stitched and layered, using a digital

method.

 

The perspectives merge, and give way to a deconstructed architecture with saturated colors.