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FujiFlex Crystal Archive Print. Limited Edition 1/5. 2016. Signed on the sticker at the back of the piece. Diane Holland uses electrotransfer (that is, color Xerography) and photography (Cibachrome, Ilfochrome, Fujiflex) to interpret and convey the relationship that develops between human beings and the technological artifacts they create.

“We live in a technologically oriented society. Less and less importance is given to our creative and spiritual development. Mechanistic, ritualistic forms of behavior have replaced feelings and emotions, diminishing the spontaneity and joy in human experience. Our society continues to impose these models of behavior through mass-media images, in a process I call cultural imprinting. My artwork speaks to my life experience, examining how cultural imprinting affects me, and by implication how it affects all of us. I hope to serve as a catalyst, signalling creative interplay between myself and others, participating in life at a place where cultural imprints and assumptions cannot exist. Therefore, I am interested primarily in exploring how we can create, broaden and experience ourselves as human beings at a deeper level, and thereby affect wider social change.” – Diane Holland

Medium

Fujiflex Archival Print

Year

2017

Edition

1/5

Signature

Signed, titled, dated, numbered

Size 22 x 17 (in)
56 x 43 (cm)
Price $4,000
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FujiFlex Crystal Archive Print. Limited Edition 1/5. 2016. Signed on the sticker at the back of the piece. Diane Holland uses electrotransfer (that is, color Xerography) and photography (Cibachrome, Ilfochrome, Fujiflex) to interpret and convey the relationship that develops between human beings and the technological artifacts they create.

“We live in a technologically oriented society. Less and less importance is given to our creative and spiritual development. Mechanistic, ritualistic forms of behavior have replaced feelings and emotions, diminishing the spontaneity and joy in human experience. Our society continues to impose these models of behavior through mass-media images, in a process I call cultural imprinting. My artwork speaks to my life experience, examining how cultural imprinting affects me, and by implication how it affects all of us. I hope to serve as a catalyst, signalling creative interplay between myself and others, participating in life at a place where cultural imprints and assumptions cannot exist. Therefore, I am interested primarily in exploring how we can create, broaden and experience ourselves as human beings at a deeper level, and thereby affect wider social change.” – Diane Holland

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Medium

Fujiflex Archival Print

Year

2017

Edition

1/5

Signature

Signed, titled, dated, numbered

Size 22 x 17 (in)
56 x 43 (cm)
Price $4,000