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In the year 1968, Philip K. Dick famously pondered whether androids dreamt of electric sheep. Little did we foresee that machines would one day possess the capacity to conjure autonomous works of art – and that such questions, akin to the musings of certain artists, would resurface in a peculiar manner. From the very inception, those digital prototypes appeared as though a chemical reverie in the space-time continuum – a narrative interrogation of the prevailing conception of identity, a fragmentation of the self, a torn representation of the 'avataristic' personality of the digital era. Confronting these digital mirages are the acrylic paintings, as though they place their fingers upon the canvas to mark the traces of our existence. The avatar, once digitally estranged, are captured here in colors and structures, and their transformation becomes an expression of human metamorphosis.
Painting:Acrylic on Canvas
Size:31.5 W x 31.5 H x 0.8 D in
Ready to Hang:No
The listed works primarily consist of acrylic paintings on canvas, focused on blurring the boundaries between reality and the imaginary, and pushing the boundaries of traditional artistic conventions. This focus on expanding artistic possibilities is evident in my work, which often features unexpected elements and surreal imagery that challenge viewers' expectations and invite them to explore new perspectives.
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