Horizon 2.0 | Curated by Karen Hochman Brown, Los Angeles Artist and Curator
Any depiction of a landscape is only a representation of a slice in time and place; there is no reality to it. So it stands to reason that a landscape created in the digital realm is just as real as an unaltered photograph of the countryside. These 25 artists bend reality and invent new terrain, bringing their best vistas to create reimagined landscapes: Horizon 2.0. For purchase inquiries, please contact shoeboxartsla at gmail.com
Karen Hochman Brown is a Los Angeles-based digital artist who uses her own photography as a base for manipulation in 2-D formats and animations. Her explorations in this field have led to projects involving prints on fabric married to laser-cut wood elements and purely digital forays based in line, shape and movement. She studied art at Pitzer College, California College of Art and Art Center College of Design, but self-developed her processes through experimentation, relying heavily on her graphic design skills.