In Ghost Trade, Adrian Ganea’s haunting sculptures construct a virtual forest world, a mythical space both disturbing and intense, inhabited by digital assets that come to life. We find ourselves in a world within worlds, one that is mirroring and yet upsetting what is outside.
Today’s video game and CGI animation industries strive to develop increasingly realistic virtual worlds. More often than not, high budget blockbuster projects are aiming for stunning graphical fidelity and believable physics simulations. In order to create such naturalistic views, industry creators rely on three-dimensional scans of real rocks, plants, and man-made objects.