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Julio Galeote

Excess n.1 110 x 160 cm, giclée Ed. 3+2AP, 2013, © Julio Galeote

Course: MA Photography, Royal College of Art

Excess is a series of photographs of unwanted material salvaged from commercial events and repositioned to create diverse installations. Through employing these discarded elements and re-staging them in his studio, Galeote creates curious juxtapositions between surface and reality where the objects represented acquire a new identity. His images reassess the common understanding of what is significant or worthy of note by assembling photographs to form new relations between seemingly worthless objects.

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Excess n.2 140 x 180 cm, giclée Ed. 3+2AP, 2013, © Julio Galeote

Course: MA Photography, Royal College of Art

Excess is a series of photographs of unwanted material salvaged from commercial events and repositioned to create diverse installations. Through employing these discarded elements and re-staging them in his studio, Galeote creates curious juxtapositions between surface and reality where the objects represented acquire a new identity. His images reassess the common understanding of what is significant or worthy of note by assembling photographs to form new relations between seemingly worthless objects.

juliogaleote.es


Excess n.3 170 x 150 cm, giclée Ed. 3+2AP, 2013, © Julio Galeote

Course: MA Photography, Royal College of Art

Excess is a series of photographs of unwanted material salvaged from commercial events and repositioned to create diverse installations. Through employing these discarded elements and re-staging them in his studio, Galeote creates curious juxtapositions between surface and reality where the objects represented acquire a new identity. His images reassess the common understanding of what is significant or worthy of note by assembling photographs to form new relations between seemingly worthless objects.

juliogaleote.es


Excess n.4 50 x 70 cm, giclée Ed. 3+2AP, 2013, © Julio Galeote

Course: MA Photography, Royal College of Art

Excess is a series of photographs of unwanted material salvaged from commercial events and repositioned to create diverse installations. Through employing these discarded elements and re-staging them in his studio, Galeote creates curious juxtapositions between surface and reality where the objects represented acquire a new identity. His images reassess the common understanding of what is significant or worthy of note by assembling photographs to form new relations between seemingly worthless objects.

juliogaleote.es


Excess n.5 40 x 60 cm, giclée Ed. 3+2AP, 2013, © Julio Galeote

Course: MA Photography, Royal College of Art

Excess is a series of photographs of unwanted material salvaged from commercial events and repositioned to create diverse installations. Through employing these discarded elements and re-staging them in his studio, Galeote creates curious juxtapositions between surface and reality where the objects represented acquire a new identity. His images reassess the common understanding of what is significant or worthy of note by assembling photographs to form new relations between seemingly worthless objects.

juliogaleote.es


Excess n.10 95 x 115 cm, giclée Ed. 3+2AP, 2013, © Julio Galeote

Course: MA Photography, Royal College of Art

Excess is a series of photographs of unwanted material salvaged from commercial events and repositioned to create diverse installations. Through employing these discarded elements and re-staging them in his studio, Galeote creates curious juxtapositions between surface and reality where the objects represented acquire a new identity. His images reassess the common understanding of what is significant or worthy of note by assembling photographs to form new relations between seemingly worthless objects.

juliogaleote.es


Excess n.10 25 x 20 cm, giclée Ed. 3+2AP, 2013, © Julio Galeote

Course: MA Photography, Royal College of Art

Excess is a series of photographs of unwanted material salvaged from commercial events and repositioned to create diverse installations. Through employing these discarded elements and re-staging them in his studio, Galeote creates curious juxtapositions between surface and reality where the objects represented acquire a new identity. His images reassess the common understanding of what is significant or worthy of note by assembling photographs to form new relations between seemingly worthless objects.

juliogaleote.es


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