Chromadynamica Variable – Grey, 2017
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Influenced by the challenging limitations of pixel graphics and measureless data universe surrounding us, Argentinian-Spanish artist is persistently pushing the limitations of his work process by testing mixed mediums and varied techniques.
With "Chromadynamica Variable" Pantone once again entered the immersive world of kinetic art and created a highly interactive object that offers infinite combinations and endless interpretations.
Painter & Media Artist
He is always in motion but never shows his face. Felipe Pantone moves through the world by making use of both mystery and technology.
An element of the digital world which is included in one way or another in every work of Felipe Pantone – even in the ones which are made exclusively by hand. Those resemblances are not of visual matter alone, the artist is fascinated by the internet where data chains and knowledge are supplied endlessly. According to him, current society is the most dynamic known to date.
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