The advent of the new era is coming along with a lot of challenges to human behavior, the perception of time, relations and even arts. A lot of things are changing and others seem to remain the same. Adam Martinakis is a digital artist who has been trying to investigate the new creative duality. His computer-generated artworks employ aspects of photorealism and surrealism to explore the human condition which he says results in a “mixture of post-fantasy futurism and abstract symbolism”. Frozen in space and time, these anthropomorphic models seem to be investigating notions of love, eroticism, bliss and pain, hoping to answer Martinakis’ questions. The artist plans on developing his art and his androids, by incorporating 3D vision and hologram art. Through his beautiful, sensual aesthetic, Martinakis uses his art the way it was intended to be used. As something that brings people together, an expression that moves and touches them.
All artworks are original, unique or very limited, C-prints under original Diasec, glossy Plexi / Alu-Dibond 5+3mm.
/ Imagining art being a bridge, a connection between the spirit and the material, the living and the absent, the personal and the universal. / Exploring the unknown of light and darkness in a supplementary coexistence that forms the event horizon of the creation. / Composing scenes of the nonexistence, the echo of the living void, immersed in the metaphysics of perception.
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