by The Noise
Interphone is an extremely complex and interesting job. The foreground is virtual humanoids standing (wondering) in front of an intercom that has no virtual features. As if it was teleported straight from physical reality to virtual reality. The intercom, also thanks to its functionality, becomes a metaphysical gate to the physical world. The artist asks the question – if we can influence and create virtual reality, can virtual reality have an impact on the physical world, on people? It is true that modern humans already live in two realities that are intertwined and intertwined, but also influence each other. Sometimes we are not aware of the impact. We are pushing out the possibility that algorithms can create our world. However, it is so, and although it is obvious, it can be shocking to realize it.
painter / digital artist
In 1994 he obtained a BA in Painting from the University of Barcelona. In the years 2000-2009 he was a member of the Cercle Artístic de Sant Lluc. After over forty individual and collective exhibitions and several international awards, in 2009 and to date, he works in his studio in the center of Barcelona, where he continues his painting career and carries out commissioned works. Currently, he is particularly interested in the digital world in art. Since 2021, he has been developing a new creative line, in which, through Virtual Reality and Digital Art, he creates scenes in which humanoid viewers often appear.
His art is distinguished by an interesting look at the human condition, robotization and virtualization of the world. Many of his works refer to the aesthetics of the Internet and virtual realities. He often uses strong, neon, bright colors to emphasize this reference. His works also takes on a meta character, showing the connection between the physical and virtual world.
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