I've seen three dimensionally rendered work, but I've never seen abstract sculptural art rendered digitally. Really I've only seen digital media used to render and replicate the real world. And really, that's the whole point of computer graphics, to create the most realistic experience, and this body of work turns that on its head.
You're really recreating a movement in art that mirrors the departure from the classical era of realistic art... I'm sorry, I'm rambling.
This work, to me, plays a significant role in art history! This work in no way tries to deceive, it's not trying to deceive the way painting was once used to do. In the way that painters began make work that was meant to reflect it's 'paintingness' this is meant to reflect it's 'digitalness'... or digitality.
'the golden child' ... a very old myth reworked! that would be breathtaking as a 3d print in gold... or evolving/moving/growing as 3d animation: a new way of religious imagery. churches (if any existing) in the future may feature that kind of (semi-abstract, maybe) icons and images and holy grails and shrouds )
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This evokes such a strong sense of emotion and movement. It's easy to read in despair, horror, pain, or pleasure--almost like an inkblot test, I imagine, this presents to the viewer what he projects onto it.