Moiré is a phenomenon I was interested in experimenting with in this print. I’m fascinated with analog ways to create images. For this I superimposed stripes printed on transparencies and set them off slightly thus creating moiré. I left the dust do its thing. I’m also interested in how an image can conjure up a scent or trigger a sound, or expand into another dimension, such as 3D. The title Angélique is a reference to the name of a wild flower with the most divine and discreet scent. It is also the title of a song on my band's new album 'Hypnos'.
Liz Wendelbo lives and works in New York. She is an artist who works in film and photography, and plays in the minimal electronics band Xeno & Oaklander. Wendelbo has shown her work at the New Museum, White Columns, Microscope Gallery in New York, Agnès B./Galerie du Jour in Paris and What Pipeline in Detroit. She likes to explore connections between art and music, with an emphasis on synesthesia.
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