USC Libraries Fall Exhibition to Feature Recent Work by Victor Raphael and Clayton Spada
The libraries will present a recent series of work titled "From Zero to Infinity" by the pioneering digital artists Victor Raphael and Clayton Spada. Inspired by scientific works from the USC Libraries' special collections, the pieces explore the intersection of art and science. The libraries will display the digital artworks with items from special collections, illuminating the artistic process behind pieces such as Problema X and Origins.
Here's how Raphael and Spada describe their recent work:
Victor Raphael and Clayton Spada present a collaborative series of pigmented inkjet prints titled, "From Zero to Infinity." These works depict the intersection of nature, philosophical thought and scientific principle. It explores man's place in the Universe and is a reflection on our existence. All underscored with glittering images of the cosmos. All works are 24" x 30" and are printed on Moab Entrada paper in an edition of 25.
Problema X by Victor Raphael and Clayton Spada. All pieces ©Victor Raphael and Clayton Spada.
Also this fall, the USC Fisher Museum of Art will present a 30-year survey of Raphael's work, titled Travels and Wanderings.