Carolyn Lambert's still life from the Lumen Series

Elements, stills from looping video projection, 2013

Elements frames the simultaneously intimate and abstract relations between technology and the
environment as a series of ever-evolving transitions. The work develops on images created through the
process of 3D image-modeling, in which a 2D skin is wrapped around an object to give a model a realistic
appearance. The images in this video were sourced from the natural world, and composited using digital
imaging software, then arranged into a montage of hybrid forms and speculative atmospheric situations.

Throughout this series, objects repeat and reconstitute themselves in different formations revealing their
status as image files, rather than 3 dimensional objects. This series considers how the computer and internet
has shaped our quotidian existence—home activities, food and consumption, memory, bodily motion (the swipe,
the click) as well as nature and climate—incorporating the digital into our everyday.

Carolyn Lambert's still life from the Lumen Series
Carolyn Lambert's still life from the Lumen Series
Carolyn Lambert's still life from the Lumen Series
Carolyn Lambert's still life from the Lumen Series
Carolyn Lambert's still life from the Lumen Series