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Macro-Micro Culture is a series of 12 computer-generated print triptychs that span 300 feet along the walls of the North Lobby of Austin’s Convention Center Expansion. The imagery conceptually explores outer space and the space within us. The artist’s goal in working with the giclèe medium is to reconcile the visceral expression of the artist’s use of raw materials with the more impersonal character of techno-generated images. The bright colors are also easily visible to pedestrians
Date created: 2002
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