Film of the three trees, No 3 by Noel Myles

Film of the three trees, No 3

2010 / 2011 NMY06
Film of the three trees, No 3
80 x 80
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Wall Object

“Oak No 1” represents the remarkable evolution of Noel Myles’ distinctive photo collages. The protruding sections lend the image a physical presence: It emerges into the room. By juxtaposing black & white and colour shots taken at different times of the year, the artist produces a symbolic circle of life. The dynamic energy of the mosaic is accentuated through its three-dimensional appearance. The multi-layered work becomes an artistic entanglement of different elements of time and space, “tangible” in every sense of the word.

Multiple Art Trees

The mind is not a camera. And the still life trees created in large-format by British artist Noel Myles do not capture moments or, at least, should not be seen to. While they consist of a large number of smaller photographs, these photographs are brought together to create one overall image Myles, who actually trained as an illustrator and painter, creates his collages using classic analogue photography, but contrasts the traditional single perspective of a photograph with the multiple perspectives created by the collage. What we see is a tree, a tree comprised of multiple close-ups, taken over a number of seasons. Individual details are photographed from below, from the side, from up close, and from a distance. This technique allows Myles to revolutionise the fleeting moment of perception captured by classical photography into a more comprehensive impression of time and space. The result is that we, the observer, are forced ask ourselves certain questions. What is nature? What does a tree really mean to us? It is not just a structure that has grown organically, in which every detail stands in relation to the whole, but also an experience of the senses. Just like Myles’s images themselves. The difference is that he uses only photography – a medium of instant impressions – to create this immersion of the senses.

Stephan Reisner
1947 Born in London, United Kingdom
1966-1970 Bachelor of Fine Art in Painting, London, United Kingdom
1989-1992 Main project, les forêts du Limousin, 12 000 photographs are taken to make a series of 16 panoramic collages
1998 Research on platinum processes, East University of London, United Kingdom
Lives and works in London, United Kingdom

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