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Dex Hannon's work features in Gideon Conns new music video, but this is not just a music video it is a totally immersive experience! Dex Hannon's work Memory Crash, was used to create the immersive world, the video was directed by Rich Williams.
His vision was to go further than, 'just another music video'. There is also an interactive site, that viewers can, with the use of VR glasses travel through Dex Hannon's art.
watch it here,
Remix of the Commissioned piece, Answers cause questions. The Retro-Futurism series, take the original painting and strip it down to its basic shapes and colours and remakes. re-imagines, echoes or warps the original paintings meaning.
Dex Hannon was born and studied in Manchester and now resides in Yorkshire. Based at SOPA Creativa studios in Huddersfield. His work has sold all over the world and is part of several private collections, he has featured in books and magazines, recently chosen as one of the top 50 artists for the magazine Art Share Love. His work is influenced by artists such as Mark Rothko and Gerhard Richter.
Abstract Expressionist, taking on the world one brush stroke at a time. Using contrast, through mixing of styles, techniques and bold colour choices he creates a battle for the viewers attention between foreground and background. A visually defined argument or discussion upon the canvas’s surface. When Dex has finished the painting.
Sometimes the painting will be the end...
...sometimes the painting is ‘digitally remixed'. Using photographs and software, he remixes the original painting to create a different interpretation. This style of working harks back to his childhood. When the remix first began in music. Where a song would be released with a remix as the B-side. Sometimes the remix would become bigger than the original song, it took on a life of its own and would be hardly recognisable to the original sound, but it owed its life to that original song without it, it couldn't exist.
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