[ untitled ] — series

2022 @elementum


Glicé print, 50x70cm
Black frame



/pod, color #173.3

/pod, color #345.1
/pod, color #009.6



NFT as color selector.
How does it work?



Every NFT owner receives a limited glicée print on archival paper (50x70cm), signed by the artist. The owner will also order his chosen color by emailing a screenshot of this animated token.

In this way, the NFT is a kind of color selection tool that points to the work's actual value resulting in an art print.



/pod:

This piece holds up colored contradictions and is finely visualizing them. The outline is an allusion to Andy Warhol's soup cans, which, in a variety of color combinations, have turned an everyday object into art.    


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/source, color #169.2


/source, color #360.0

/source, color #021.2

/source:


This piece interprets the intersection of scientific & metaphysical principles. Inspired by the search for the god particle, it is a visual interpretation of the occurrences within the large hadron collider at Cern in Geneva. 

︎︎︎ source at elementum


/flow, color #154.5


/flow, color #334.7


/flow, color #013.1


/flow:

This piece owns an inherent digital patina similar to analog painting styles. /flow is a natural form that gets its cracks in a virtual environment. It flows in form and ever-changing colors, emulating the analog chromatography effect in time-lapse.

︎︎︎ flow at elementum