Berlin-based artist Robert Seidel works in the fields of experimental film, installation, public art, image making, performance, sound, and curation.
An experimental series of Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) images started in the year 2015 as a self-initiated project.
The images reveal real object surfaces sculpted by the artist, captured at a micro- and nano-structural level, even as the capturing of these abstract micro sculptures shows some of the potential of this complex scientific visualization process.
Along with material changes to the recorded surfaces, Seidel also explored impairments of the observational apparatus as he sought manifestations of his own film aesthetic in the reality revealed by the SEM.
sputter is a highly technical and conceptual artwork that should be developed further. Scientific institutions are welcome to contact the artist to advance this kind of exchange between art and science.
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