Despite the rising numbers of modern art that integrates technology, there isn’t a quite an “easy” way for a growing artist to approach that interdisciplinary field. Art and science have always been defining each other throughout history. However, the fact that modern day artists have to be doubtful in their decision in having conviction to the clear correlation the two fields have, is the problem and question I would like to propose.
This work ventures an array of STEM fields that I’ve been working on during the pandemic, such as mechanical and electrical engineering, and executes them into an artistic form to portray scientifical aesthetics and seek intellectual art. Although my solution may not be considered the most pragmatic approach, it proposes to define that the most efficient way is not the most pragmatic way, but rather a collaborative work of creativity and pragmatism. The two when communicated through a non hierarchical relationship is when innovation is engendered, an essential role in human development. I wanted to create a monument that represents the potential art and technology possess as a hybrid; An encouragement for those in doubt and a memento for those who forget.
Her artwork explores two different directions - creating movement and narrative through the stillness of the piece, and conceptual explorations of “humanness” and “absoluteness” executed through her own philosophical and artistic language.