Peter Struycken Artworks
VR Photo © Carel Struycken
Yesterday Sept. 22 The Groninger Museum in Netherlands opened an exhibition called DIGITAL PARADISE featuring the Dutch artist Peter Struycken.
Peter Struycken born 1939, has been using the computer to design his works since 1968 and he has done more than a hundred assignments in public places and for companies like the thousands of colored spheres in Aegons head office in The Hague which is shown in the panorama.
He is also known for the the postage stamp with a portrait of Queen Beatrix in dots, a digital portrait created in the early days of Computer Technology 1983-1984. Read more
The exhibition in Groningen also features spherical panoramas from some of Peter Struycken's monumental works.
They are made by his brother Carel Struycken, VR Photographer from Los Angeles who is also known as the actor Carel Struycken, alias Lurch in the Addams family and many other roles from 30 years in Hollywood.
See more panoramas by Carel Struycken at www.sphericalpanoramas.com
Groningen Museum website