Teared apart and more art by Moonth

Teared apart
30.9 x 55 inch (h x w)
Digital still image
generative graphic. Dimensions variable.

Moonth is an alias of Michael Mesiats, a new media artist based in Saint-Petersburg. In his artworks, organic forms blend with futuristic digital images by creating immersive worlds. Moonth explores generative graphics, motion sensors capture, and artistic data interpretation. A significant part of his work is the interaction between music, dance, and digital media. His work was exhibited at Saint-Petersburg, Moscow, New York, Berlin and others both online and offline.

Expressionist artists tried to go beyond figurative art by addressing the chaos of the physical world. Could they dream of creating own worlds, changing their physics, going through the limitations of light and color?

Thanks to the computer, I create digital worlds, I choose a palette, set the physics, throw my drip of paint there and watch how the picture is born. From dozens of attempts, I choose those that go beyond the predictable and the expected, those that express my feelings.

PLEASE NOTE: The scale of this artwork has been adjusted for the purposes of this virtual exhibition.



LOCATION: Saint Petersburg, Russia

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