DIGITAL G-O-D is a visual art experience comprising fourteen artists from Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore to close the gap between real and imagined worlds using only the medium of print. The artists were mentored by curator humanoise to challenge and rethink relationships with a MIMAKI digital printer. The result is an exhibition of 25 unique artworks that address themes of evolution and prove why technology should continue to welcome collaborations with the arts.
The fourteen artists represent diverse styles and philosophies but are united by their familiarity with digital art-making tools, such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and various 3D computer graphic software for modelling and animation. Kobayashi has invited them to an unfamiliar ground for this exhibition, to play with the capabilities of MIMAKI’s UCJV300 and JFX200-2513 EX printers – which are new digital tools for the artists.
DIGITAL G-O-D is an experiment with the boundaries of digital printing. Visitors to the exhibition can expect to physically interact with prints to hide and reveal layers of elements. They may also find themselves drawn into the three-dimensional effects of two-dimensional artworks.
Opening: February 21st, Friday, 7pm – 11pm
Venue: UltraSuperNew Gallery, 109 Rowell Road, Singapore
When: 22 Feb - 1 Mar 2020, 1pm - 7pm