Kepiting Betina2010 (This work was donated to the permanent collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program in 2022), 100 × 100 cm
Angki Purbandono born 1971 Born in Cepiring, Indonesia, lives and works in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

He's noted for his scanographies, which are photographic images created from scanning objects using a flat-bed image scanner. The effect of this method is different from taking a photograph with a camera. With a flat-bed scanner the depth of field is reduced, and the distance is much closer making images vivid and very detailed. The light that is emitted from the scanner, being so close to the objects also casts a flood-light effect and contrasts the objects well against its background.

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