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New Media: C-type, Photogram, Digital on Paper, Wood, Cardboard, Glass.
This art and whole project is about our addiction on mobile phones and internet connection. The concept is based on the Google Searches error view - a selection of the most popular topics and phrases of the Internet. What people are looking for, what is "interested," what our current world illustrates. It's not a shout in the dark, it's public Google's statistics, which I'm simulating in my cellphone with a limited network connection. Image information is then deconstructed into monochromatic surfaces by the software itself, so we are also randomly displayed on the displays. What we get is a cut of reality, a document of the time. Random and unwanted minimalist pun on the background of big words.
I am photographically recording what people around the world can see on their phones or displays - a new reality and visuality, an abstract world that inadvertently makes up for software and hardware errors in our devices.
This "abstract photogram" reflects the problems of today's world, raises questions of origin and creates contemporary art.
"Why Hillary wear purple" - title of art is based on the google search phrase by which it was created.
Orignal artwork from project "Lost Connections" and series of 15 motives of 7 limited frammed prints called: "The darkest side of the moon spoon".
About Material and adjustation: Print on Baryt paper. I framed this artwork with a modern white handmade boxed frame that was manufactured specialy for this series of artworks, this frame have a UVglas front, this means the artwork is protected from ultraviolet light.
More about project: http://dyntera.com/index.php/works/chtit-pootocit-se-moci/
Artist featured by Saatchi Art in a collection