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Work from Spectral Gen4 series. All Gen4 works follow the conception of Digitalizm, the original style I’m developing. I continue to deepen the main theme of the Spectral series which is “how art of the future could look like”. I’m trying to stretch the boundaries of both design and abstract art so they merge together more tightly and hopefully dissolve the line between them. That’s how I see the future of not only design and art but all possible kinds of activities (especially those related to aesthetics) - merger and homogenization. Where human from not so far future will be surrounded by art everywhere in his urban life. And also where art will finally receive its function - giving joy, pleasure, inspire and making lives better. //////////////////////////////////////////////// As once said “we can’t predict the future, but we can create it” the attempt to create the art of future is one of the obvious and probably naive ways to somehow deal with absolutely unbearable feeling of uncertainty about the role of art in the new world with different cultural values and maybe even different views on the beauty as an intuitive and immanent concept native to human mind. In “Spectral” series Daniil Alikov attempts to explore and test how the perceiving of something as a beautiful may change in the future and how the actual piece of art might look in the eye of post-human or maybe even of non-human analytic apparatus. Painting is signed and dated on the back. Will be shipped in museum grade wooden crate.
Painting:Acrylic on Wood
Size:24 W x 48 H x 1.5 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Crate
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Handling:Ships in a wooden crate for additional protection of heavy or oversized artworks. Crated works are subject to an $80 care and handling fee. Artists are responsible for packaging and adhering to Saatchi Art’s packaging guidelines.
My work is entirely based on my research on the topic of the future and in particular, the possible appearance of art in that future. Also it’s very important to note that through my practice I show how the future is being constructed and realized in the present moment. This is my very new take on The Suprematism Manifesto by Kazimir Malevich whose works I admire with no doubt. But there is no desire to destroy something anymore. There is no detachment from the objects of the past. We gained so much invaluable experience in that hundred years as a cultural species that we don’t need to destroy something or to dismiss anything in order to create some very new thing, a piece of art, namely. But the core desire to create the future now, by our artistic efforts, is definitely a very appealing idea to me. I explore new materials, new approaches and new technologies when I create my works. I want to show the audience what’s also possible. And it’s very important for me to make works which are visually attractive. First, I judge it myself of course and I hope I will find people who share this feeling of new beauty with me. My works speak the new visual language but one can find in it so many references from what we already have. Any new thing must include something familiar so we can identify it. Creation of something new is an infinite process of building up knowledge and experience. This is what truly inspires me. Moving forward and giving others a very new aesthetic experience. This is my artistic direction.
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