Sculptor and Digital Artist
By creating clashes between modernity and classicism my aim is to contrast the speed of the digital world with the patience required for authentic creation.
For me art is a way to reconnect to nature, both the one inside me, and the bigger one all around.
The Silver Line Project
This serie consists of iron sculptures, for Private collections Sculpture Gardens and Music Festivals.
These pieces are Easy to Produce, and made to blend in the landscape.
Back To The Wild
This serie Consists of a discussion between Artifical Intelligence and ancestral cultures as a way to question our ecological impact.
The pieces are made in reverence to the forces of nature.
Digital Bridges ( Coming Soon )
This serie uses high tech and AI to help us reconnect to deep love and the healing power of kindness.
In a modern world where families are often divided, could machines help us reconnect to our human emotions ?
WHY DOES IT MATTER ?
I believe that art and creativity help us adapt to new changes. In times of transformation art can be seen as a catalyst for humanity to integrate new techniques and ways of understanding the world.
On the other side, art is also a way to solidify what we consider important. By connecting to the symbolic world, good art helps us build a clean ground for the future. Without common ground, our society could become divided and there will be nothing to remember for generations ahead.
HOW DID THIS BIG DREAM BEGIN ?
THE ROLE OF AN ARTIST WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF
AI GENERATED ART
AS TURKISH ARTIST AND VISIONARY REFIK ANADOL PUT IT
THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IS TO HELP US IMAGINE BEAUTIFUL FUTURES .
As a classical sculptor, and having spent years learning skills that will never be perfect,
it is easy to understand why many of my friends are sceptic when it comes to AI- Generated art.
- AI Art has the potential to kill many creative careers.
- The images produced are not the result of hard edged discipline, and do not tell us anything about the value of the person behind it. AI could make us lazy and increasingly disconnected from our own craftmanship.