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Carsten Nicolai

milch 75 hz (from milch), 2000

Lambda print, mounted to aluminum
23 3/5 × 19 7/10 in
60 × 50 cm
This is a unique work.
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Signed and dated "Carsten Nicolai 2000" on the reverse

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The basis of …

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Signed and dated "Carsten Nicolai 2000" on the reverse

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The basis of milch (milk) is a series of experiments, which examine the relationship between order and disorder by means of a surface of liquid that is under the influence of different frequency-oscillations. in the test series, milk …

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Carsten Nicolai
German, b. 1965
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Sound and visual artist Carsten Nicolai is best known for his use of the moiré effect, once …

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Sound and visual artist Carsten Nicolai is best known for his use of the moiré effect, once considered an undesirable side effect of printing, which results when a pattern is superimposed atop another pattern to give it a wavy or rippled texture. Like visual renderings of sound, Nicolai uses line, light, shadow, and …

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Signed and dated "Carsten Nicolai 2000" on the reverse

From the Catalogue:
The basis of …

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Signed and dated "Carsten Nicolai 2000" on the reverse

From the Catalogue:
The basis of milch (milk) is a series of experiments, which examine the relationship between order and disorder by means of a surface of liquid that is under the influence of different frequency-oscillations. in the test series, milk …

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Carsten Nicolai
German, b. 1965
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Sound and visual artist Carsten Nicolai is best known for his use of the moiré effect, once …

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Sound and visual artist Carsten Nicolai is best known for his use of the moiré effect, once considered an undesirable side effect of printing, which results when a pattern is superimposed atop another pattern to give it a wavy or rippled texture. Like visual renderings of sound, Nicolai uses line, light, shadow, and …

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Carsten Nicolai

milch 75 hz (from milch), 2000

Lambda print, mounted to aluminum
23 3/5 × 19 7/10 in
60 × 50 cm
This is a unique work.
Bidding closed
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