Cutting-Edge it’s means Imposible Object

Alexa Meade who has developed a technique for painting directly on live models in 3D space to make them look like 2D paintings began her career as a politics student. However, one day, pondering the depth and colour of grass, she decided to find out what would happen if she highlighted the shadows, painting them black — or, as she put it “bring materiality to the absence of light”.

Then, what would happen if she painted the light on the blades. It turned out the answer was something quite beautiful, which drew the grass out of itself and into its environment to create something new and different. Meade was hooked.
“I’m interested in not only colouring outside the lines but also off the edges of the page — how can we reconstruct what these lines represent and show they’re not fixed and static,” said Meade.


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