Tire 6.0 is a reflection of the fact that time has a particular dimension within the industrial context. A reflection attempting to demonstrate how, from the beginning, historicity and the future, universalism, and particularism, subject and representation have always been intertwined. A relation that blurs the lines between postmodernism and modernism. This is accomplished by challenging modernity’s status as a one-dimensional progressive method. A dynamic and interconnected network of political, economic, and cultural forms, all of which are part of a larger pattern of mutual exchange. Something which can’t be brushed off as a relic of the past. As a result, it is constructed and hence referential. A Photograph of malfunctioning structures (image destruction) that depict a context in a suspended, almost transfixed state. Reinforced through its destruction. Timeless as well as past or future events were considered (no moving parts), giving the appearance of a static, rigid environment. Operating completely inside the realm of simulation.
113 cm x 90 cm x 3 cm.
Archival pigment print + aluminium frame.
Sam De Buysere is a visual researcher who lives and works in Ghent. He is currently in his third bachelor year at The Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent. Sam tries to work with imagery in the broadest sense of the word, spanning from artist books to installations, prints, and video work. Mainly researching different printing and scanning techniques. His practice has an interest in raising questions about simulations through geographical/structural intelligence and the point of our evolving history we find ourselves in currently. These questions come forward through themes as post-internet, the shift from postmodernism to posthumanism, scenery, technology, visual culture, and social criticism. Where searching for a self-reflective character towards the medium plays an important role, the position of the used medium towards the project/subject.
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