ARTECHOUSEa pioneer in the field of digital and experiential art innovation, presents the exhibition Transient: Impermanent Paintings by visual artist Quayola for the first time in the US.
Presented as a series of audiovisual paintings created by the artist in concert with generative algorithms, the exhibition uses technology as a lens to explore music for a 21st century audience and rethink traditional artistic techniques in the context of the human-machine relationship. .
The exhibition began on January 17 and will be open to the public until March 6, 2022.
“What is unique about this exhibition is the exploration of the synergy between sound and image”, says Sandro Kereselidze, Founder and Creative Director of ARTECHOUSE. “Quayola presents this as a performance, but at ARTECHOUSE we have transformed it into an exhibition where the
the performance continues to exist and engage with the visitor even after the performer has left. We believe this is an important step towards a new way of experiencing a live musical performance."
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Quayola uses technology as a lens to explore the tensions and balances between seemingly opposing forces: real and artificial, old and new. By building immersive installations, he engages and reimagines canonical images through contemporary technology. Landscape painting and classical iconography are some of the historical aesthetics referenced in Quayola's work. His varied practice, all derived from custom computer software, also includes audiovisual performance and sculpture.
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Transient: Impermanent Paintings will be on view daily from January 17 to March 6, from 10 am to 10 pm at ARTECHOUSE, 1238 Maryland Ave. SW. DC. $17–$24.