Using the latest in digital design tools, programmatic software and rendering engines, the Abstractica collection was created during a deeply introspective period for the artist, which he describes as one of unbridled imagination, uninhibited by external influence or the constraints of perceptual reality.
Taking inspiration from a series of images captured in 2011 of a digital screen experiencing static interference from an electrical current on the antenna during installation, the visual journey for this collection explores themes of big data, nano-technology, colour and form, spacial anomalies, prismatic frequencies and electromagnetic-radiation waves.
With a deep appreciation for experiential design and the current wave of digital art being released as Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT's)* on various Blockchain technologies, Abstractica forms the basis for his own impending release on the Ethereum blockchain, with a drop scheduled in early 2022.
As the collection is being curated, a limited edition of digital paintings on archive-quality plates will be published for collectors that want to financially benefit from pre-release sales opportunities, thus financing the movement.
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*With thanks to WikiPedia
The artist Markham Lane, wishes to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land upon which this collection of artworks was created, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation.
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