Bomber Series
Paula Crown, 2014
several techniques

The production for the Chicago based artist Paula Crown has not stopped since the beginning of 2013. Factum Arte has been working closely with the artist to convert her drawings, made from a helicopter, into relief forms that convert line into volume. Ambitious plans are now developing and new works have been produced on a number of projects that involve experimental printing, video animations and/or the transformation of two-dimensional data into sculptural form. New works are in production have involved months of research into natural binding agents and organic materials. Some ambitious sculptural works are being developed alongside work with mirrors and glass. The Bomber Series is composed of a series of photos taken from a helicopter and printed on different material and with several techniques.

Untitled (Bomber), (Diptych), 2012
Inkjet print on mirrored stainless steel
(110 x 328 cm)

Untitled (Bomber), 2012
Inkjet print on gessoed aluminum
(110 x 164 cm)

Cockpit Side, 2012
Rutile and gelatine on aluminum
(110 x 164 cm)

Untitled (Bomber), 2012
Inkjet print on mirrored stainless steel

Thule Air Base, 2012
Inkjet print on gessoed aluminum
(110 x 145 cm)

Thule Air Base, 2012
Rutile and gelatine on aluminum
 (110 x 145 cm)

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