Although the images are made with different forces such as centrifugal force, pneumatics or gravity, they all display structures of ephemeral beauty, lasting only for a couple of milliseconds. Three years after the release of the first set, Fabian Oefner has created five additional photographs, we are just announced in the M. If now water colors are added to the ferrofluid, the pop-art looking structures start to appear, forming into black channels and tiny ponds filled with rainbow colored surfaces. The Chinese Grand Prix just recently happened and thousands of viewers attended the races this year, especially Formula 1 fan Tim Binnon. At the same time it is held in position by the magnet underneath it.
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Infinite Moment in Time A distinct moment in time, the breaking of a clock, all mirrored infinitely towards the horizon. At a young age, Oefner has already had the prestige of speaking at a TEDx event.
A distinct moment in time, the breaking of a clock, all mirrored infinitely towards the horizon. When exhibited in a black room, all that the viewer can see are the glowing paths of light traveling through space.
The projectile piercing through the print transforms a two-dimensional image into a three-dimensional object in space. The Australian photographer documented the entirety of the race with his Nikon DSLR, however, he also had a different agenda. But already a few seconds later, when the ofener starts to burst and their presence is gone, you get a very different impression of that ephemeral object.
These were the two questions, that I tried to answer with this project. Once the wave reaches our ear, our brain transforms it back into a noise, a melody etc. Oefner was responsible for writing the script and directing the commerical.
Fabian Oefner | The Disintegrating Series
To kick off the new season, we have handpicked a few of these must-enter contests! The original subject of the photograph, the portrait remains visible, but due to the kinetic energy of the moment dabian destruction, transforms into a new piece of art. At the same time it is held in position by the magnet underneath it.
Fabian has made it his goal to bring art and science together. He works and lives in Switzerland. Bringing together two extremely different subjects to redefine the definition of art. Dozens of electroluminescent wires are lead along the rings, creating an optical path.
Fabian Oefner (FabianOefner) Photos / px
With the aid of a syringe, he then added small drops of oil onto the water surface. A fragile subject that speaks of our future existence and the protection of our beautiful planet is shown in one of the most beautiful ways.
The resulting video is fabiaan exploration of the essence of the California T. The various colors result from the reflection and refraction of light, as it passes through the oil film and back into the camera lens.
Upon contact with the water, the oil started to expand and form into magnificent structures. Science has a very rational approach to its surroundings and art has a very emotional fabkan to its surroundings.
His images capture in unique and imaginative ways natural phenomena that appear in our daily lives, such as sound waves, centripetal forces, iridescence, or the unique properties of magnetic ferroliquids.
The artist creates these works by capturing thousands of fragments of the physical print and diligently arranging them into a new piece.
Fabian Oefner bornSwitzerland is a curious investigator, photographer and artist, whose work moves between the fields of art and science.
They are created with gabian aid of a very peculiar material: I came up with a very simple, yet effective method: When put under a magnetic field, the particles in the solution start to rearrange due to the attraction and repulsion of iron.
His works have been displayed in various countries around the globe and he has commissioned for many well known brands such as LG, Tropicana, Ferrari and more.
Fabian Oefner: Psychedelic science | TED Talk
I mounted a thin plastic foil on top of the membrane of a common loud speaker. Each work depicts a portrait photograph being torn apart by a gunshot. If now water colors are added to the ferrofluid, the pop-art looking structures start to appear, forming into black channels and tiny ponds filled with rainbow colored surfaces.
Besides pursuing his own projects, he also collaborates with influential international brands on ad campaigns and art projects. It moves in waves, by the compression and rarefaction of the air molecules.