Generative Art InstallationFlorencia Bruck, Javier Krasuk and Harro SchmidtCurator: Tomasz Wendland Pavilion 02. Transnational Pavilion of a common bio and syber future in collaboration with GAD. Fabbrica H3 di SerendDPT. Campo Sacosmo 624, 30133. Venezia. One person becomes displaced every 2 seconds – less than the time it takes to read this sentence. The installation consist in the creation of a polycarbonate portal mapped with data visualization generative art. The projected images represented by irregular cubes in space are being altered by data driven bouncing forces addressing “world population displacement” The portal detects human proximity and changes the values of…Read more
Feb. 01, 2019. I initially apply form to the fabric in the same way I would create a sculpture and then I let particular prime in contrast with watering Indian ink arrange themselves trough the nature of gravity, the erosion, the vibrations within the waves of the canvas. Dew drops… about my sculpture-ink approach. I work with a self made medium that behaves like oil on the canvas but with a controlled drying time-frame. This particular prime in contrast with ink enables it to flow at a certain velocity that, depending on the speed and height of the folded canvas…Read more
Acrylic on canvas. 2019.. A big canvas always hangs in my studio and day after day it gets filled with doodles. These doodles help me to overcome the stress and to get into focus removing tension and mental blocks. They are like unconscious mental maps, letting go, allowing pure instinct to take form, becoming the channel for things to flow.
In Florencia’s evocative installation, “Pigeon Paradox: Crumbs of Reality in a Digital Age,” viewers are invited to explore the multifaceted realms of human existence. The artwork grapples with our position within nested universes, both real and digital. Pigeons, often regarded as everyday, ordinary creatures, are symbolically transformed in this piece. They become emblematic of the delicate balance between our tangible reality and the omnipresent digital world. The displacement highlighted by these birds encapsulates our modern-day struggle: the tug-of-war between the immediate physical world and the engulfing allure of the digital sphere. Bruck draws a poignant parallel between our consumption of…Read more
Yellow Italy (Venice), Spring 2019. Painting, Ink and acrylics on canvas. Size: 430 W x 160 H cm. © 2019 Florencia San Martin Brück/Artists Rights Society (ARS).
Tension One. Italy (Venice), Spring 2019. Ink on canvas. Size: 202 W x 363 H cm. © 2019 Florencia San Martin Brück/Artists Rights Society (ARS). NFT https://superrare.com/artwork-v2/tension-1-34249
Drawing inspiration from philosopher Byung-Chul Han’s exploration of fatigue in capitalist societies, this project delves into the pressing issues of burnout and the ensuing loss of meaning. As an interdisciplinary artist with a background spanning various practices, I meld the realms of art and technology, aiming to capture the tension inherent in the interplay between human cognition and artificial intelligence. Grounded in the venerable tradition of painting, my work transitions into contemporary art forms such as crypto art. I harness a unique spatial awareness to probe into human behavior in this information-driven age, offering a contemplative blueprint for heightened societal…Read more
GAD – @giudeccaartdistrict, Artist in Residence from Feb 14 till April 14 – @one_contemporary_art #venice – Exhibition dates to be announced soon. ABOUT – GAD – GIUDECCA ART DISTRICT Giudecca Art District is a network of art professionals whose interest focuses on the island of Giudecca. GAD aims to create an attractive art pole far from the clamor of the mass tourism and close to a contemporary northern European industrial aesthetic. GAD mission is to gather the professional experiences of our team and partners, giving the opportunity to our interlocutors to be present in Venice with attentively selected projects, to guarantee…Read more
BRIDGE, CHORUS, VERSE, REFRAIN, ELISION, OUTRO, Italy, winter 2019. Chinese ink on canvas. Size: 63 x 93 cm
Camporsevoli 02, Italy, summer 2018. Painting, Ink and acrylics on canvas. Size: 300 W x 210 H cm. © 2018 Florencia San Martin Brück/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
Camporsevoli 01, Italy, summer 2018. Painting, Ink and acrylics on canvas. Size: 300 W x 160 H cm. © 2018 Florencia San Martin Brück/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
Generative Art that reacts to human movement and sound. Algorithms and rule sets are the ground for generative art – Artistic creation often starts with a conscious choice of these rules, but isn’t limited to any medium, topic, technique or philosophical context. Questions of order and chaos are intrinsically linked to these rules and determine its philosophical proximity to complexity theory (Stephen Wolfram and others). Generative art is either outcome or process of an artistic production based on autonomous systems – thus excluding human spectator agency. Interactive art, on the contrary, is based on spectator-ship agency. Interactive art is per…Read more
The genesis of this concept is deeply rooted in keen observations of the disconnection between bodies and spaces, between humans and cities. This perception of an eerie disparity, a stark lack of cohesion, serves as a compelling call to action. The mission of this project is to illustrate this complex relationship in a manner both profound and tangible, leading to the creation of two distinct scenes that express this intricate dynamic. In the first scene, an interesting dynamic is introduced where particles are emitted from individuals. These particles symbolize the ephemeral footprints left behind as life is traversed, echoes of…Read more
“Suspended Echos: The Repetitive Vortex of Displacement”, showcased in Venice’s esteemed Palazzo Zenobio, is an evocative representation of furniture spiraling endlessly in water. This arresting artwork serves as a symbolic testament to the relentless cycle of displacement endured by the people of Lviv following WWII, paralleling the experiences of today’s refugees. Created during a workshop led by the revered Andrzej Welminski, the theme explored was “Lviv – inside and outside”. The artwork’s display in Palazzo Zenobio is a reminder of history’s recurring patterns, compelling viewers to confront the resonating echoes of the past. As spectators gaze upwards at the projection…Read more
CURL Sculpture, Copper.2018, Berlin.
Performance and sculpture works based on the theme of “Lviv, View from Inside – View from Outside”, led by Andrzej Welminski,Venice, Palazzo Zenobio. 2018 Hardly any other city is as much a projection screen of dreams, transference and traumas as Lviv. For some, Lviv is the city of the Austrian Monarchy culture, writers and philosophers such as Bruno Schulz, Josef Roth, Sholem Aleichem. And we identify with their art and writing. For others, Lviv is the city of the coexistence of many peoples, Poles, Jews, Armenians and German speaking. For others, Lviv means easing their feelings of shame of being…Read more
For this year’s BAI OPEN HOUSE on May 26 + 27, 2018 Berlin Art Institute will present the exhibition BAI FELLOWS. On display will be a selection of works by current and former participants. The event is part of artspring 2018. With its innovative concept of an international and contemporary art school and residency, the BAI is a new and independent institute for artistic training and advanced training and research in Berlin. The BERLIN ART INSTITUTE is located in the building complex 404 at Industriebahn Berlin in the Berlin district of Weißensee. Mit Arbeiten von | With works by: Carolina Amaya | Ozlem Armutcuoglu | Tara Ayough | Florencia San…Read more
I don’t have a templeI don’t have a wallI leave a prayer noteon a simple rock
Gate gate paragate parasamgate bodhi svaha. If we restrict our attention to the regime of psycho-physiological states where conscious self-awareness is clearly present (that is, excluding sleep and dreaming), the pattern induced by the TM (transcendental meditation) technique may be expressed as a physiological analogy of the Third Law of Thermodynamics. Photography. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist.Ships in a tube. Single Edition of 12. Size: 70x49cm
Inspired by reading Vilém Flusser, I created this video art piece. The technological engagement against nature for survival. The inevitability of death and the cycle of renewal. Human culture is absurd, a failed attempts to attain immortality by preserving information after its creator’s death in the form of artifacts that eventually crumble and fade. “technology & culture” are products of a “natural” neuronal circuits in human brains.Read more