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Digital Shadows

Digital Shadows

Title

Digital Shadows

Description

J.R. holds a B.S. in Environmental Design and Master of Fine Arts degree in Textile Art and Costume Design from the University of California at Davis. He conducts his research/creative activity in digital capture, image development and surface application to textile art and design as an associate professor in Textiles and Clothing at Iowa State University. He explores the visual, cultural and technological aspects of digital textile printing as he creates connections between two-dimensional print design and three-dimensional forms. He regularly shows artwork in national and international juried exhibitions.
J.R. Campbell states:"As a human culture, we are each in contact with textiles at almost every moment of our lives. Textile concepts have become inherent in our way of thinking and patterns of speech (ie., the …string theory of the universe, …hanging by a thread, the …moral fabric of the country, etc). Textiles are an excellent medium for the expression of identity and transmission of new ideas. We can attach imagery to the surface of cloth and instantly give the image new meaning. We begin to associate with the image, perhaps wear it, walk through it as it is draped in a passageway. We might see it as having a spiritual significance, a functional purpose or an expressive or symbolic ability."

Creator

Cambell, J.R.

Publisher

University of Iowa. School of Art and Art History

Date

2001
2004-12-30

Rights

Digital collection © The University of Iowa. All works are copyright the individual artist.

Relation

The Daily Palette Digital Collection
Visual Arts
http://dailypalette.uiowa.edu/?artwork=213
http://homepage.mac.com/jrcamp/portfolio/JRPortfolio.html

Format

47
15
Digitally printed knit fabrics, stretched through wood frame

Type

Still image
Digital prints

Identifier

12302004.jpg
183409339
http://128.255.22.135/cdm/ref/collection/dp/id/1260