In Joshi’s latest art pieces, she aims to explore the meanings of playfulness and despair and where their intersections lie through the depictions of bodies. I really loved her usages of colors and how they seamlessly meshed with one another yet each color palette created a distinguished mood.
Dimitris Ladopoulos, a visual artist, recreated a series of historical art paintings using an algorithm called “treemapping” which calculates the density of information and then subdivides it based on some user-controllable parameters. The resulting mosaic of changes seen in the color palettes reminds me of Project 3 and the overall visualization of code to redefine…
Jana Brike’s striking art
Jana Brike’s art bridges on the topics of innocence, growth, and self-discovery through her beautiful paintings that handles colors in such a delicate way that should be appreciated. Her work resembles a sort of contemporary impressionism with the way she handles colors and her brush strokes.
For this week’s discussion, I wanted to highlight Jen Mann’s solo exhibition entitled, “METONYMY.” Her pieces border between this virtual world and reality and hopes to explore the role of identity between the two. I think her artwork is gorgeous and truly showcases how we as humans sit between this world of social media and…
Adam Whyte’s photography is truly breathtaking, working around the themes of romanticism in the modern era by merging books, websites, and Instagram photos together to compose a beautiful image that verges on another reality.
Morgan Blair’s artwork
For this week’s discussion post, I wanted to share Morgan Blair’s abstraction pieces. Each abstract piece offers a new combination of color, shapes, and size to create something very intriguing. The captions added along to it give it a whole new perspective. Blair’s artwork reminds me of Project 1.3 and the transformation of words to…
This week, I came across an artist who beautifully combines photorealism and art together. Mwanel Pierre-Louis creates these striking and breathtaking portraits of people, emphasizing the relationships between subject and color to create a representation of his conversations with different people.
The Martian Flag
With my 1.2 project regarding the future of our lives on Mars and how we go about redefining civilization and society, I found this short article very interesting and relevant. It describes the several graphic possibilities of what the new Martian Flag will look like once humans descend upon the future red planet (which is…
Tightrope by Elias Sime
For this week’s post, I really wanted to showcase this upcoming exhibition by Elias Sime entitled Tightrope. The art exhibition displays several stunning tableaus that are comprised of repurposed materials such as keyboards, motherboards, and electrical wires to start a conversation about the ecological sustainability, the resilience of nature, and our uneasy balance in society…
The North Fork by Trent Davis
For this week’s discussion post, I really wanted to share some of Trent Davis’s photography. As someone who’s interested in photography and is currently in Digital Photography, I found his photographs absolutely breathtaking and sincere as it reminded me of home back in quiet, peaceful Oklahoma. The way he manages to photograph such quaint yet…