c.mank - Polytextural and Pfennigfuchserin, 2015

c.mank /   Camille Mank


Digital Art, Illustration, Painting


Camille Mank
September 8, 2015
Ok, I know it's so damn corny to quote somebody just to describe yourself, let alone Confucius, but this quote says all about my relationship with Widewalls, so forgive me for doing this: Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life. Am I forgiven?

c.mank is a German artist best known for her Pan-Plastic, the plastic mash-up series of 9 variants of the same work in 9 variants – all depicting Pan. It’s a form of a character from an existing image (“oil bath” – 2010) digitally extracted and transferred to trimmed Plexiglas stencil with acrylic paints.

A Knopfdruck (Button) is a series of the same work, only this time Camille Mank photographed Pan with various filters to create a powerful visual change.

c.mank’s other series titled X-ray indicates the very topic of this print edition. A completed work was processed all over again, by illuminating with X rays, giving a viewer a special monitoring aesthetics. All images of the X Ray edition are unique pieces.

Camille Mank lives and works in Cologne, but she is active both on the local and international market.

Featured image: c.mank – Polytextural and Pfennigfuchserin, 2015
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