LEONARDO CALOGERO
LEONARDO CALOGERO
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Illustration

Negotiating with the machine    This is the last piece of art I was ever assigned to complete. My class was challenged to create a piece based on a call and response between mechanical production and human experience. Titled Negotiating with the machine, this piece demonstrates how computers and technology have become so integrated into our lives that the area between reality and cyberspace and the metaphoric location of the mind has never been greyer. The nudity in this piece represents our vulnerability, submission and reliance on the machine.    Size  500mm x 900mm   Materials  Watercolour, collage and graphic pen   Year  2014

Negotiating with the machine

This is the last piece of art I was ever assigned to complete. My class was challenged to create a piece based on a call and response between mechanical production and human experience. Titled Negotiating with the machine, this piece demonstrates how computers and technology have become so integrated into our lives that the area between reality and cyberspace and the metaphoric location of the mind has never been greyer. The nudity in this piece represents our vulnerability, submission and reliance on the machine.

Size
500mm x 900mm

Materials
Watercolour, collage and graphic pen

Year
2014

Anatomically Incorrect    Using a single pencil this anatomy study depicts the unrealistic representations of the human body. This piece is displayed in such a way to remind us of the idealistic proportions we are sometimes expected to portray.    Size  300mm x 200mm   Materials  Graphite on paper   Year  2014

Anatomically Incorrect

Using a single pencil this anatomy study depicts the unrealistic representations of the human body. This piece is displayed in such a way to remind us of the idealistic proportions we are sometimes expected to portray.

Size
300mm x 200mm

Materials
Graphite on paper

Year
2014

Bird’s Eye    Using line alone to render a creative illusionistic space, bold colours to build focus and both of these aspects together to subvert and affirm spatial assumptions about flatness and illusion, I created a sublime scene to elevate thoughts on perspective.    Size  500mm x 900mm   Materials  Ballpoint on paper   Year  2014

Bird’s Eye

Using line alone to render a creative illusionistic space, bold colours to build focus and both of these aspects together to subvert and affirm spatial assumptions about flatness and illusion, I created a sublime scene to elevate thoughts on perspective.

Size
500mm x 900mm

Materials
Ballpoint on paper

Year
2014