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Unseen Flora .TW01

18.300,00

A DAW® is a digital artwork produced in limited edition numbers and protected by an international patent.

This is a bundle that includes:

  • A limited editions digital file, in high definition, encrypted according to the Cinello’s patent and reproduced at the highest resolution available at that time;

     

  • A MyGal® device which includes a software to decrypt the protected digital file and to display it on a monitor; this app stands at the core of the image and video displaying process;

  • A signed and numbered COA (certificate of authenticity); this certificate legally proofs and authorizes the reproduction of the artwork as DAW® by Cinello and the artist and/or IP owner of the artwork;

  • A competitive high-resolution monitor where the DAW® is broadcasted;

  • A custom hand-made frame to adorn and fit the DAW® monitor.

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THEODORE WINSLOW

(1838 – UNKNOWN)

Theodore Winslow was a significant figure in the field of botanical art, known primarily for his detailed illustrations of tropical South Asian plant species that were yet to be discovered.

After his youth in Havenwood, a small town in Sussex, he enlisted in the military. His service presented extensive travel opportunities, taking him to remote and uncharted regions, especially across Southeast Asia and the South Pacific.

These experiences deepened his botanical knowledge while exposing him to the stark realities of colonial repression, profoundly impacting his perspectives on his own country and its foreign policies.

In a crucial turn of events, Winslow abandoned his life as a soldier to live among the native Asian communities, moving with them to a hidden region, now identified as the hinterland of Thailand. Many aspects of his life after this transformation remain unknown.

UNSEEN FLORA
Part of the wider Artificial Botany (2019) series, Unseen Flora (2023) shines a spotlight on the fantastical and surreal botanical illustrations created by four British scientists and artists: Charlotte Bancroft, Beatrice Hastings, Edmund Thorne and Theodore Winslow.

The series has as its focus the concept of truth, contextualised in the contemporary digital age where the boundaries between real and virtual seem to become more and more obscure. Unseen Flora wants to explore unreal but plausible histories through the visual depictions of the four illustrators, offering us an unprecedented glimpse into their imaginary botanical dimensions.