Monday, February 16, 2009
Isaac Layman is a seattle based artist who received his BFA from the University of Washington. His work look completely real, but are actually digital composites of many different shots. He uses a 4x5 and adds a digital back to the camera. He then slowly scans the image and in turn "downloads" the photograph to his computer. Much of his work has to deal with the ideas of "real" and its battle "digital". They are hyperreal scene of the mundane taken place in the confines of his home.