Boyd Webb, a scene-setter, photographer and filmmaker

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Boyd Webb, Postscript II

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Boyd Webb

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A photograph from the 'Faux' series by NZ photographer Boyd Webb (Born 1947). Faux is a comment on biotechnology and GM crops. The huge prints depict fabric flowers whose vivid colours are at first-glance akin to the vibrance of a real flower, this combined with an absence of reference point for scale creates an unsettling tableau, prompting the viewer to consider the frankenstein nature of GM crops. Boyd adds a touch of irony, using 'straight' techniques with no digital manipulation.

A photograph from the 'Faux' series by NZ photographer Boyd Webb (Born 1947). Faux is a comment on biotechnology and GM crops. The huge prints depict fabric flowers whose vivid colours are at first-glance akin to the vibrance of a real flower, this combined with an absence of reference point for scale creates an unsettling tableau, prompting the viewer to consider the frankenstein nature of GM crops. Boyd adds a touch of irony, using 'straight' techniques with no digital manipulation.

Boyd Webb, The Conservationist, 1978

Boyd Webb, The Conservationist, 1978

'Gold' from the 'Faux' series by NZ photographer Boyd Webb (Born 1947). Faux is a comment on biotechnology and GM crops. The huge prints depict fabric flowers whose vivid colours are at first-glance akin to the vibrance of a real flower, this combined with an absence of reference point for scale creates an unsettling tableau, prompting the viewer to consider the frankenstein nature of GM crops. Boyd adds a touch of irony, using 'straight' techniques with no digital manipulation.

"Ore Struck" considers the use of gold, for both symbolic and visual.

Boyd Webb

Artwork page for ‘Scott’s Tent’, Boyd Webb, 1984

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