Author Archives: jhcarlsen

“Shader Stack” 2016 HD. Computer Animation 2 min. 40sec. form the exhibition: http://jesper-carlsen.com/2017/06/procedural-2017/

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“Balls on Stairs” 2016 HD. Computer Animation 3 min. 32sec.    

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“Cause and Effect” 2017 HD. Computer Animation 2 min. form the exhibition: http://jesper-carlsen.com/2017/06/procedural-2017/  

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“Surface” 2016 HD. computer animation 2 min. 40sec. form the exhibition: http://jesper-carlsen.com/2017/06/procedural-2017/

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“Procedural” 2017 40 x 40 color print. no. 1 to 23. Computer generated procedural textures. form the exhibition: http://jesper-carlsen.com/2017/06/procedural-2017/  

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With his constructivistic approach Carlsen displays a thoughtful exhibition that through digital prints challenges and investigates the human perception and the way in which we form visual impressions. The exhibition invites the viewer on a digital journey into the images and animations. All the works are computer generated, and the camera should therefore only be […]

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A site specific installation for the “Tranen” From press release: Tranen is proud to present Danish artist Jesper Carlsen’s  solo exhibition Brick & Mortar; the final exhibition in the season programme Creation – Mists of Dawn. “I lick the silicone joints discretely, hoping that no one sees me. I have to find out if they taste […]

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Computer animation HD 200 frames walk cycle. One Tyrannosaurus Rex walk cycle.  An animation inspired by the intermediate step in CGI production. A presentation of a 3D model before it gets a realistic skin. “Walk Cycle” 2016 from Jesper on Vimeo.

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3D Computer Animation, HD, 2min. A hand is touching and are simultaneously transformed by an invisible box. “Box” 2016 excerpt from Jesper on Vimeo.

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70cm width, 70cm length, 160cm height 3D printed Stanford Bunny, wood construction. installation view. Martin Asbæk Gallery, DK

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