Color Space by Ryan Boatright
A printmaking project with a conceptual process of degrading images:
These custom prints depict color swapped realities of common spaces and their objects- the colors from one person’s space were replaced with the colors from another person’s space. The resolutions were inspired by a painting process used by my father who creates different sized grids on canvas to facilitate the act of accurately reproducing a photographic image, block-by-block.
About the Process:
-Colors are deduced to 12 possibilities.
-Colors from one image are replaced with those of the same scene from another person’s image.
-Print separations are made from each of the 12 colors, with different resolutions.
-Each color/resolution is printed separately with a pigment inkjet printer. There are around 12 printings on each piece of paper.
More information of the process + other examples of the set can be found here