Resampling flowers

Resampling flowers is a double approach to lower an image resolution without losing or transforming the absolute color information of each pixel.
The original image of a flower of 2360×2360 pixels is divided in a 5×5 blocks.
In “resampling /space” the pixels of each zone (472×472) are randomized within the zone and reprinted.
In “resampling/time” a LED device of 5×5 pixels reproduces the pixels, changing one random pixel  each second, selected from its corresponding block. The 2 versions space and time come together a diptych. The resampling/space version also keeps a print of the original image on the back.
The original photos have been taken in my family garden by father Andrea Brianza and my sister Cecilia Brianza.

The flowers are:Primula vulgaris, Narcissus, Tropaeolum majus, Cichorium intybus,  Hibiscus, Taraxacum officinale, Primula vulgaris

_margherita
bellisperennis
bellisperennisl

 

__narciso
narcissus
narcissusl

 

_nasturzio

tropaeolum-majus

tropaeolum-majusl

 

_cicoria

cichorium-intybus

cichorium-intybusl

 

_hibiscus

hibiscus

hibiscusl

 

_dente-di-leone

taraxacum-officinale

taraxacum-officinalel

 

_primula

primula-vulgarisp

primula-vulgaris

 

 

Exhibition: Resampling flowers
Date: March 13th – March 18th 2016
Location: Frankfurter Westend Galerie – Arndtstraße 12, Frankfurt am Main – Germany