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Kristoffer Moth: Dimensional Color Mixing
If color had dimensions, how would it mix? In a speculative piece of visual research for Taupe, Copenhagen-based artist Kristoffer Moth has designed generative works that present new possibilities for phygital materiality. “We wanted to convey the same raw and unfiltered emotions concerning color and form that we got from the brief,” Moth explains. “Accepting the experimental nature and not being shy of rough edges. This mindset led to the construction of the digital setups and the implementation of the sound [by Raehan Sarjoe] – coming to terms with two types of media reacting to each other, letting the motions and sounds dictate the final pieces, and accepting the creation and mixing happening without us being able to control it completely.”
Kristoffer Moth is a Copenhagen-based CGI and visual artist who works with still and moving image.