Monthly Archives: September 2013

Playing with the focal depth of the scanner

At the session of Hรฉctor, interactive director of Aer Studio, I started to test the possibilities that the scanner has, by changing the areas of contact of the face, and also moving away them a little bit of the scanner.

Playing with the focal depth of the scanner

At the session of Hรฉctor, interactive director of Aer Studio, I started to test the possibilities that the scanner has, by changing the areas of contact of the face, and also moving away them a little bit of the scanner.

Scanface Step 2: getting in touch with your heroes.

Before coming to London, I sent an email to one of my photographers of reference: Joan Fontcuberta. I strongly recommend to take a look at his work at http://www.fontuberta.com. He accepted to be part of the project, but I had

Scanface Step 2: getting in touch with your heroes.

Before coming to London, I sent an email to one of my photographers of reference: Joan Fontcuberta. I strongly recommend to take a look at his work at http://www.fontuberta.com. He accepted to be part of the project, but I had

Scanface – My current project

I’ve been working in the Scanface for about a year. It started as a joke, but I after trying again and again, I found interesting how the portraits can be distorted without using photoshop. It has an analogue flavour that

Scanface – My current project

I’ve been working in the Scanface for about a year. It started as a joke, but I after trying again and again, I found interesting how the portraits can be distorted without using photoshop. It has an analogue flavour that

Beginning my MA Blog

Well, here we go. It’s the first time I do reflective thinking. I hope the journey that starts here will provide me (and whoever is reading this) the different hotspots of my research during that MA. As I mentioned in

Beginning my MA Blog

Well, here we go. It’s the first time I do reflective thinking. I hope the journey that starts here will provide me (and whoever is reading this) the different hotspots of my research during that MA. As I mentioned in