The World is Confusing
While the world is made up of many different levels of perception, which intersect and overlap, it is increasingly difficult to see the big picture.
At night you are less distracted by bright colors and it is easier to see the patterns and connections. Therefore this work of art automatically changes to day or night mode every 12 hours.
The work is part of my series of digital remasters of my old drawings. It is based on a drawing from 1990, that I digitally recreated by accurately following the lines using a graphics drawing tablet before I filled the shapes with single colors.
You can also place an offer at AsyncArt.
Life is a big puzzle game made up of many different events and experiences, some of which are interrelated and overlap. The more experiences we gather, the more complex and colorful the overall picture becomes.
But over time, the perception, emotional coloring and evaluation of different events and memories changes. Some things we may remember only vaguely after a while.
Thus, the inner thought puzzle of each individual constantly reflects life and yet is greater than the sum of its parts.
The work has been created as part of a conversation with my younger self and the search for my signature style, that I started in July 2020.
It is based on a ballpen drawing from about 1990, that I digitally recreated by accurately following the lines using a graphics drawing tablet. Next I filled the shapes with digital colors before I finally decided to split the work into several puzzle-pieces, that can be independently change hue or alternatively display the outlines to turn it into an interactive AsyncArt work.
You can also bid on the master and all the different puzzle pieces at AsyncArt.
It’s really interesting to see, how working with AsyncArt already influenced my style. Whenever I create something these days, I’m thinking about how great it is to not only provide one finished work but a whole bunch of possibilities.
Available in an edition of 1/3 at KnownOrigin.
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My first solo-artwork at the revolutionary #cryptoart platform AsyncArt.
Asynchronous Art is an experimental art movement born out of the question “what does art look like when it can be programmed?” What if art could evolve over time, react to its owners, or pull data from the outside world? It’s time to find out what’s possible when modern art takes full advantage of the digital medium.
“The work deals both with the question of the ethical limits and dangers of scientific research (as in the film “The Fly”), the philosophical and sociological consequences of a transformation (as in Kafka’s “The Metamorphosis”), and not least with the question of what actually distinguishes us humans from insects.”
Above is just one of countless combinations, here are some more.
The respective owners of the different layers will be able to control the background, body and head states. The latter can even scale, rotate and change the position of the “Fly Files” heads.
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