A series of post-conceptual reductive digital organic abstracts derived from digitally processed source photographs with intetion to produce ultra minimalist and minimalist graphic images. The digital process itself involves repeated reduction, decomposition and decontsruction in search of protoshapes being born at the dawn of time, an attempt to explore the memory of matter via near-final digital deconstruction of unsuspecting photographs, harvested en-masse to serve as a raw material. The purpose of the process is to envision a moment of tremendous discharge known as the Big Bang, the exact moment when the unity of pre-existing universe experienced its first schism as reflected in the memory of matter. A happy mishap of omni-vision misrepresenting the reality and creative intervention of associative titling of the piece regardless of it’s origin, more or less lost in the process.
Works being created digitally can be be presented in number of ways from original digital prints of various sizes all the way up to practical limits imposed by today’s graphic and industrial printers, as well as presented digitally via various screens and projectors. Faux 3D or mixed 2D/3D installations are possible with an inherent assumption that these works essential existence is virtual by their nature, so in each and every instance they are being materialized is an approximation with all the particularities of the actual rendering process being but at the same time a possible enhancement of the original virtual creation.