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September 18, 2012

In order to create the artworks, Ninghetto put to excellent use a technique he calls ‘digital sampling’, which he has gradually developed over his career. In the case of ‘The Solitude of a Machine’, this involved taking shots of a three-dimensional robot models. He then subtly incorporated these with photographs from his personal databank, a repository of photos that the 40-year-old has taken and amassed over the years to form a rich palette of images that he can subsequently use to ‘paint’ with.

In order to create the artworks, Ninghetto put to excellent use a technique he calls ‘digital sampling’, which he has gradually developed over his career. In the case of ‘The Solitude of a Machine’, this involved taking shots of a three-dimensional robot models. He then subtly incorporated these with photographs from his personal databank, a repository of photos that the 40-year-old has taken and amassed over the years to form a rich palette of images that he can subsequently use to ‘paint’ with.

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