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Artist: Jason Salavon

Jason Salavon is an American contemporary artist. He is known for creating visual art out of preexisting media and data, using software that he designed himself. A lot of his work consists of statistical data and overlaying images to form something

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Selfie

Just chillin on this huge rock nbd

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Artist: Kelli Connell

Kelli Connell is an American artist. She is best known for her photographs that are digitally altered to depict herself in various relationships and situations. Connell’s photographs consist of multiple versions of her, portraying intimate scenes that challenge ideas of self and sexuality. The

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Representational Composition   Non-representational Composition original here

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Artist: Christian Marclay

Christian Marclay is a Swiss-American artist. He is best known for his exploration of sound, photography, video and film. A lot of his early work consisted of manipulating turntables and using them as instruments, which was developed independently of but parallel to

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Artist: Wafaa Bilal

Wafaa Bilal is an Iraqi-born artist who was forced to flee his home country in 1991. He uses this experience to inform his work. Bilal is well known for his performative work and installations, which encourage conversation about international politics and

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Appropriation

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Artist: Cory Arcangel

Cory Arcangel is a post-conceptual artist who is known for works of appropriation consisting of video game modifications, Photoshop effects, and kinetic sculptures. The first impression I had about Arcangel was that he was relaxed and genuine. Instead of a polished portfolio, he has

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One Tool

  I used the clone stamp tool in my first image. I thought it would be neat to fill a lot of space with repetitive pieces of the subjects’ faces. I cropped and resized the photo to focus more on the kiss. Once I selected

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Artist: Matt Siber

Matt Siber is an American artist who works primarily with photography and sculptures. Siber’s work references communication to the public through use of billboards, lights and supportive structures. Siber’s Floating Logos series consists of digitally altered photographs of signs. Siber removes the pole structures to

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