Computer technology and industrial processes revolutionized art. It paved the change of perception that artists are just skilled laborers, and craftsmen, and allowed to accentuate that artists are first and foremost are thinkers and innovators. This transformation fueled my aspiration to become an artist.
The other side of it was was the desire to tell stories and express ideas visually, that materialized, as a result of years of studying of architecture, computer science and quantitative finance, as well as knowledge and experiences aquired in travels and work.
Yet, even with the advances in art creation technologies, imagination still remains the driving force of the creative process and cannot be replicated by machines. I let my imagination carve out the beauty of a concept or a story, and then represent it visually using computer and hand drawn designs, as well as scientific optimization methods adopted from the quantitative finance. The resulting artworks are equally the products of my imagination, and the visual imagery scientifically optimized and refined by a free running computer process.
Many works start out as a drawing, which is then altered using modern digital editing tools in combination with photographs and other mediums. The resulting work is often finished by hand.
Works are centered around the followoing topics:
Toronto is the best city in the world and the best city to live for young people, as was concluded in 2015 by several major studies, including the Economist’s. This series is a tribute to Toronto and its status as a best metropolis in the world. Toronto’s iconic statue of the CN Tower is spectacular, representing a human attempt to confront conformity of the utilitarian architecture. Toronto presents many ways and views to represent its visual and aesthetic charm.
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