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I've always been fascinated by concepts that make new meanings.

My current practice centres around the perception of light;

light is used as a methodology for provoking a reassessment of how we see and perceive reality.

As a former commercial creative with a background in photography, I’ve always been about capturing light and originating concepts. I use cameras and 3D software to capture light, control it, shape it and make physical and virtual forms from it.

My virtual and 3D-printed sculptures are computer-generated but use scans and photos captured from reality. 


Is it an actual thing in reality or a CG image of it in virtual reality?


The virtual version is not real but can function.

A 3D-printed version exists but is not real and doesn’t always function. 


They are all simulations.

They all convey the concept.


Which do you accept?


Physical versions of my ideas will be located in my shop. 

Jon Raine

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