Turn your screen into a digital aquarium with this collection of 5 digital artworks of jellyfish dancing underwater, by artists Walter Hugo & Zoniel.
Anything Blue review – a digital artwork on your TV screen: series Echoes of Toki + Cloud Fish (£42 for the collection of 5 artworks)
Enjoy the fascinating ballet of these marine animals on your TV screen, their hypnotic and calming effect, and blue away your home decor.
The artworks of the collection can be purchased together or separately: Echoes of Toki consists of 4 different cobalt still images of jellyfish, whilst Cloud Fish is a film shot underwater with in a dreamy grey blue background. Both are extracts from Walter Hugo & Zaniel’s original exhibition Constellation Of Toki (2014).
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‘Echoes of Toki + Cloud Fish by Walter Hugo & Zoniel – A collection of 5 artworks
Echoes Of Toki (1, 2, 3 & 4) – High-resolution still images
Walter Hugo & Zoniel’s series Echoes Of Toki (2014), references the artists’ work The Constellation Of Toki, Gazelli Art House, Mayfair, 2014. The abstracted images of jellyfish were taken from a large-scale, site-specific installation The Physical Possibility of Inspiring Imagination in the Mind of Somebody Living exhibited in a derelict building in Toxteth, Liverpool during the Liverpool Biennial 2014: a giant jellyfish tank formed the centre of one of the UK’s least populated inner city areas, celebrating diversity and inspiration whilst exploring the strength of community and sociability.
Echoes of Toki were shot during the course of the installation and are inspired by the ethereal, calming and surreal quality of the subject matter. The depicted jellyfish subtly distort in their close-up portrait, metamorphosing into constellations of orbiting planets, shards of light and energy. The abstract nature of the work is deliberate, with the artists intending to create space for viewers’ personal interpretations.
Cloud Fish (film) – High-definition looping video (01:00) + high-resolution still image
Walter Hugo & Zoniel’s short film Cloud Fish, (2014), was shot during the exhibition during the Liverpool Biennial 2014 of their giant jellyfish tank inside a derelict building in Toxteth, Liverpool. The installation celebrated diversity and inspiration whilst exploring the strength of community and sociability through the spreading of new ideas and beauty. The surreal film Cloud Fish, a video of the installation in situ, evokes “a joy and lightness often related to childhood and daydreams” (Hugo & Zoniel). Filmed through the jellyfish installation in daylight, Walter Hugo & Zoniel were able to capture the magic and ephemeral nature of these creatures, creating a work of momentary escapism.’
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