FUTURE ISLAND I, 2021 – ED1/3, 2/3, 3/3 +1AP, Matthias Gubler - T.O.E. Art Market
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Original Art for sale | Sculpture

Matthias Gubler

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FUTURE ISLAND I, 2021 – ED1/3, 2/3, 3/3 +1AP
15.6 monitor with Media player (programmable), 1080x1920 px, aluminium frame with passepartout, Mirogard,museum glass anti-reflective, USB stick / 2021
cm 47x32x4
Price 2300 €

About the artwork
„Future Island“ is fiction. The islands in the series „Future Island“ do not exist in reality. You won‘t find them on any land or sea map in this world. Even if the sea level continues to rise in the future, they will never exist. The imaginary islands were created by collaging countless real coastal sections, which were documented by means of drone photographs. Surf to surf and reef to reef. Intuitively, according to the artist‘s own wishes, new and different sized „places of escape“ for the viewer.

About the artist
Matthias Gubler was born in Zurich, grew up in Central Switzerland and has been working as an artist and independent designer in Zurich for over fifteen years. As a founding member of the „typosalon“, „Bildstörung“, „videokultur“ and „Taktung“ collectives, he has realized a wide variety of projects under their names in Switzerland and abroad. His many years of international activity as a video jockey influenced his approach to the moving image, the tact and form. His media spectrum is very broad; from classic poster and book design to video work, object art and interventions with a socio-political background. The mostly simple, conceptual works are all precisely crafted. Content and work are easily accessible and require little explanation. The constant examination of proportion, space and interspace, as well as the creative reduction characterize his works. His artistic work seeks confrontation, exchange with the viewer.
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