Suspended Layers of ‘Pixels’ in Ancient Greek Ruins

Suspended Layers of ‘Pixels’ in Ancient Greek Ruins

August 7, 2018

Suspended Layers of 'Pixels' in Ancient Greek Ruins

Suspended layers of ‘pixels’ at a 400-year old ruin in the little village of Kagatika on the Greek island of Paxos.

The installation created by Berlin-based artists Thomas Granseuer and Tomislav Topic, known as Quintessenz.



Suspended Layers of 'Pixels' in Ancient Greek Ruins (5)

The artists used over 120 shades of color in their installation in old stone house, Kagkatika for Paxos Contemporary Art Project (2018).

Suspended Layers of 'Pixels' in Ancient Greek Ruins (4)

Suspended Layers of 'Pixels' in Ancient Greek Ruins (3)

Suspended Layers of 'Pixels' in Ancient Greek Ruins (2)



Suspended Layers of 'Pixels' in Ancient Greek Ruins (1)

 

Images credit Quintessenz

source Quintessenz



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