Exhibition of the Month

April 2021

Diana de Avila

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Artist Statement:

 

I create cosmic digital art rooted in fractal geometry, hovering at the intersection of technology and the natural world, where quantum physics, chaos theory, and divine order converge. I use multiple software programs, algorithms, and artificial intelligence to complete my works. 

 

​In 2017, a relapse of MS combined with the worsening of a traumatic brain injury I had suffered in a motorcycle accident led to Acquired Savant Syndrome with synesthesia. Suddenly a part of my brain was essentially rewired, granting me artistic abilities I had never before possessed nor was ever interested in possessing.

 

​I work mostly with fractals but don’t merely render them. I actually deconstruct and reconstruct them, reworking them into basic primitive shapes and radiantly colored patterns—twisting the mechanics of geometry and the natural order.  I have moved into creating many time-based pieces which are available for screens and online viewing.  I have also channeled some of my digital work into NFT's (non-fungible tokens) on the blockchain that allows a new digital model of art collecting. I feel that as a digital artist, this is a great way to share my work.

 

I find myself and art fitting best within the Techspressionism art movement and join 225 artists in 34 countries helping to solidify this new art movement which is indicative of art for our times. I feel that #Techspressionism best describes the spiritual and expressive and emotional nature of my work as a digital fine artist. 

Please enjoy a small fraction of my time-based work with audio. 

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