Muddy Art #15

Basic Information

Title: Muddy Art #15
Artist(s): Solos
Date Created: 2021
Medium: , ,

Description

INFORMATION ON SERIES
Edition 1: Saturnalia

Jeremiah’s work centers around the importance of the hand in painting, and he has often employed the use of various painting machines in the creation of his works which seek to remove the hand from the work.

His subjects are punctuated by shifting and borderless edges that allude to the separation between the artificial and the natural, where bits and pixels meet flesh and bone and create the modern human who exists in real as well as virtual space.

Saturnalia is a project created in the tradition of Surrealist Automatism which is a technique whereby the artist suppresses their conscious control of the making process, which then allows 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 the collector who is buying the painting as well.

 

More Artworks By Solos

Shy Glitter #21

INFORMATION ON SERIES Edition 1: Saturnalia Jeremiah’s work centers around the importance of the hand in painting, and he has often employed the use of various painting machines in the creation of his works which seek to remove the hand from the work. His subjects are punctuated by shifting and borderless edges that allude to […]

Holy Cell #14

INFORMATION ON SERIES Edition 1: Saturnalia Jeremiah’s work centers around the importance of the hand in painting, and he has often employed the use of various painting machines in the creation of his works which seek to remove the hand from the work. His subjects are punctuated by shifting and borderless edges that allude to […]