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David Dimichele

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Pseudodocumentation: Broken Glass, 2006 Lightjet Print 41 X 60" © david dimichele
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Pseudodocumentation: Salt and Asphalt, 2007 Lightjet Print 40" X 80" © david dimichele
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Pseudodocumentation: Inside the White Cube, 2006 Lightjet Print 40" X 75" © david dimichele
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Pseudodocumentation: Melting Ice, 2007 Lightjet Print 40" X 80" © david dimichele
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Pseudodocumentation: Desert Discs, 2007 Lightjet Print 40x73 © david dimichele
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Pseudodocumentation: Hose Drawing, 2008 Lightjet Print 42" X 60" © david dimichele
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Psedodocumentation: Charecoal Lines, 2005 Lightjet Print 40" X 50" © David DiMichele
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Pseudocumentation: Branches, 2007 Lightjet Print 40" X 60" © David DiMichele
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Psuedodocumentation: Lightrods [COLA project] , 2008 LightJet Print 38 × 64 In.
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Pseudodoumentation: Holes and Light, 2009 Lightjet Print 42" X 65" © David DiMichele
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Broken Glass, 2006 Digital Chromogenic Print 40 X 60 In. © David DiMichele
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Picture of Nothing, 2013 Pigment Print of Sculptural Set-up,oil and Alkyd on Canvas 38" X 71" © david dimichele
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Pseudodocumentation: Holes and Light, 2010 Chromogenic Digital Print 40 X 55 Inches © David Dimichele
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Quick Facts
Lives in
Altadena, CA
Works in
Altadena, CA
Tags
mixed-media
Statement

 

David DiMichele's current body of work, Pseudo Documentation, is a series of large-scale photographs depicting grandiose installations in fantasy exhibition spaces. DiMichele creates this work by first building scale models of exhibition spaces, and producing original artworks in drawing, painting and sculpture mediums, which are sited in the spaces and then photographed to create the final works. The Pseudo Documentation photographs are inspired by DiMichele's background  as an installation artist, love of abstract forms and passion for monumental museum and gallery architecture.