Between painting and bas-relief, Anthony D. Green’s recent works attest to the artist’s fascination with images, their central place in consumer society and their potential for transformation. Hijacking the codes of advertising photography and computer graphics, he establishes a distance with the subjects, here taken from commercial image banks. Made of MDF, spray paint, acrylic paint, printed paper and assembled, they play with volumes and points of view, and disturb the gaze through formal games (shift, repetition, etc.). The ears, in relief on one of the volumes, then appears as a way out of the grip exerted by the visual regime. Natural bas-reliefs, they are the mediators between the non-visible outside and an invisible inside, signifying the access to something beyond the visible.

Anthony D Green was born in 1973 in Welwyn Garden City/UK. He lives and works in Kent/UK.

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