Jardin à la française

Jüergen Bergbauer

untitled (parterre de pieces coupees I)
100 cm x 125 cm (40” x 50”) lambdaprint on aluminium / diasec face matt, 2004

untitled (parterre de pieces coupees II)
100 cm x 125 cm (40” x 50”) lambdaprint on aluminium / diasec face matt, 2004

untitled (escalier monumental I)
100 cm x 140 cm (40” x 55”) lambdaprint on aluminium / diasec face matt, 2004

untitled (orangerie I)
100 cm x 110 cm (40” x 43”) lambdaprint on aluminium / diasec face matt, 2004

Jardin a la francaise

The formal vocabulary of the Baroque as a stand-in for an idea of history and its connected values. If Andre LeNotre, the architect of the gardens of Vaux le Vicomte and Versailles would present a design for a garden today, he would most certainly do this with form.z or any other 3-D graphic software. Detailed studies of the various elements might look like these pictures. Turned in a perspective, that simulates the point of view of a 3.50 meters tall spectator, isolated, and placed on a beige field of colour, suggesting the sandy ground. Illumination settings on ”diffused”and ”omni’.

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