Andrea Tyrimos presents through art the Phenomena of Artificial light

Andrea Tyrimos presents through art the Phenomena of Artificial light


 

Andrea Tyrimos’s work is concerned with the phenomena of artificial light, coupled with the issue of electronic reproduction. The paintings originate from a personal photographic material, with the images often taken from relatively low resolution mobile phones and cameras.

The paintings represent a nocturnal narrative flow. Some of the pieces are concerned predominantly with giving artificial light physical substance, whilst others present a historical trajectory. Conscious of the phenomena, and depicting, and its relationship with modernism. Andrea Tyrimos is not simply painting reflections of ‘artificial light’, but is constantly engaged in representing a world which only exists as a result of man-made light.
Two of Andrea’s photographs were chosen to advertise the ‘Illumini’ and ‘Illumini Quantum exhibitions, 2008.
Andrea has also been mentioned in publications such as ‘Time Out’ and ‘a-n’ magazine, and has been featured in the Enfield ‘Advertiser’, ‘Independent’ and ‘Gazette’, among others.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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