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Patient Lake and more art by Jeremiah Palecek and Dennison Bertram

Patient Lake, 2020

Jeremiah Palecek and Dennison Bertram
Solos is a collaboration between painter Jeremiah Palecek and creative technologist Dennison Bertram.

Jeremiah makes traditional oil paintings of amorphous cybernetic entities. His work has been shown internationally and in major museums including Pompidou Metz, Musee de l'Elysee, and Schirn Kunsthalle Jeremiah is represented by the Giampietro Gallery.

Dennison Bertram is an artist and technologist who has worked for clients such as Louis Vuitton, Vogue, Versace and many others. Dennison is currently a co-founder at WithTally.com, previously founded Dapphero.io and in 2012 created the first Bitcoin Exchange in the Czech Republic, BuyBTC.cz

Saturnalia is a project created in the tradition of Surrealist Automatism, a technique whereby the artist suppresses their conscious control of the making process, allowing for the unconscious mind to have great importance in the resulting painting.

Saturnalia utilizes determinism and non-determinism to create a painting that is largely free of any sort of rational control. The painting itself is composed of a visual dataset taken from Jeremiah’s oeuvre which have been sliced into thousands of pieces. Using the identity of the collector (minter) as the primary input source of entropy, the slices are then recomposed into a new painting, making it not only a collaboration between Dennison and Jeremiah, but also the collector. (The algorithm uses the minter’s transaction hash as part of the data in the generating process.)

https://opensea.io/collection/solos



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