David Hanes Examines How We Experience Art In An Age Of Digital Stimulation
Technology has presented both opportunities and limitations for the world of art for decades. Yet art that utilizes the internet is now no longer just an archive of artworks online; it is its own medium. Hanes is interested in the dissolution of traditional forms of art consumption: where we once only found exposure to art through commercial galleries, now, art is everywhere, made accessible 24/7 through computers. The Berlin-based artist creates sculptures and mixed-media art that probes this new cultural phenomenon. “My work offers a wide-ranging yet highly specific reference to art on the internet,” he explains to IGNANT. “My paintings occupy the border between abstraction and representation, questioning the conceptualization and presentation of art online.” For…
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