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Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.Seth Price: Social Synthetic.2017.

(Part One).
For ideological reasons as the saying goes' the exception confirm always the rule', the first artistic exceptions are already appear and at all not surprised at the art.
They appeared not to show what will be follow or what is going to happen after our social renewal but to prove and welcome for one more time in generally Heraclitous(c.535 BC) doctrine ' Τα παντα ρει'-Greek-'Everything is flowing '- or his 'No man ever steps in the same river twice', Ionian school of Philosophy or Xenophanes of Colophon (c.570-c.475 BC)epistemology and critical rationalism which is still influential today and others philosopher's of the ideological world.
The artistic exceptions are the confirmation of the rule that artistic renewal is being impossible without social renewal in the socialist sense to get information about the new world around us which is always changing..
A social renewal of interest,way of communication,observation, mislead,imagination,counterfeit,reaction or hardly refuse to face the reality.
Seth Price(1973)the American artist in his exhibition 'Social Synthetic,2017,' ins an example of the artistic renewal who is possible in our new different policies that benefit society as a whole.
                                   Exhibition 'Seth Price-Social Synthetic,2017'
                                       at The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
                                               until 3 September 2017.
(Part One.)
(Text/Photography(c)Tzina-Mersina Alimpoutaki-Joustra.
All rights reserved.)
Part Two:

                                                                          Danny, 2015.
Dye-sublimation print on synthetic febric,aluminium,Led matrix.Private collection.
Price used a computer-controlled robotic camera to gather thousands of photographs of a model's skin,which were stitched into a single image using satellite-imaging software.Subsequently adjusted by a fashion retoucher and processed through as 3D graphics program, these photographs yield light box images that are both large in size and high in resolution,displaying the human surface in disconcerting detail.

                                                 Vintage Bombers (2005-2008).
Using a bomber jacked allowed Price to change focous from the body to its container and marks his interest in the way images change over time.
Vintage Bomber 2008.
Synthetic enamel on vacuum formed.High-impact polystyrene.
Private collection.
Untitled 2006.
Fluorescent highway ink screen and enamel printed op PETG.
Courtesy of the artist.
Vintage Bomber,2005.
Screen-print ink on vacuum-formed.
High-impact polystyrene.
Private collection.Switzerland.

Vintage Bomber,2005.
Screen-print ink on vacuum-formed.
High-impact polystyrene.
Private collection.
The Bomber Jacket.
Originally created for WWI military pilots and based strictly on utility the bomber Jacket was adopted as a symbol by numerous 20th century subculture,from bikers to punk to hip-hop' explain The Stedelik Museum.
Today is stands as a ubiquitous icon of mass-produced fashion.Crumpled as if discarded, and stamped with its date of production,the cast and molded jacket is rich in references to the ongoing, fast changing production of identity.
'Vacuum Forms'as the experts of the Stedelik Museum underline ' and Packaging and wrapping appear throughout Price's work in his vacuum-formed works(2004-2008).
He uses plastic to present hollow, mold-like tableaux and the vacuum forming was invented in the Postwar period to package commercial merchandise and evokes manufacturing and mass consumption.
Price's vacuum-forms in the begin of that creation went up the importance of motifs like hands and breasts but later on he found more importance masks,bomber jackets at the still-life motif of a flower as clear up experts by The Stedelijk Museum .
The dilatation is pointing up his engaging tensions between flatness and volume,beauty and ugliness,presence and absence, the machine and the body.
Prince suggests the ways that packaging and display create mening through a servies of oppositions and inversions.

 Price's earliest vacuum forms feature classically sculptural,figurative motifs like hands and breasts, all stranded in blank industrial surfaces.


The process of interest of something special was for Price an particular theme which can give an especial exploration about how digital culture transforms meaning and concepts to digital reproduction and online platforms.
Seth Price who concern of mutability and the appropriation of cultural consumerism gives a susceptible redistribution of sound,music and written texts engaging strategies of consider issues about cultural production and distribution of information which is one of the most particular fact of our society.

                                  The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.The Netherlands.

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