Creation

Everything does not come from nothing. Creation is not to be conceived as a single act. Creation is exercised by maintaining or preserving in existence whatever is. 

Creation from nothing is bringing something into existence from the origin of matter, life and humankind. The material is not dead nor created from scratch. It is my way to think differently about data and to understand what kind of questions are answerable and to investigate the process of creation. 

My passion is targeting the processes of creation, from foetus to seed, to chick and sunrise. I want to convey the original concept of the Creation in Nothingness theory to inspire human beings to find a new way of keeping their eyes open to their relationship to the origin of everything saved in our mind or any data in our software.

Data are abundant now because everything has been recorded. Softwares record our blood types, predict the gender of our babies, register our fears, help us to control our weight and enable us to solve problems. 

We are recording the DNA of our lives in one way or another. I intend to take these data and transform them into actionable artwork to critically rethink the origin of our existence in the light of the theory of nothingness through machine learning. Artificial Intelligence is creating the beauty of everything in light of the human mind.

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It is many layers behind many layers …

It is to explore how far we can delve deeper!

Viruses

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Ideas

Even in locked-down cites, ideas spread like viruses, we are living in the same place, breathing the same air, under a similar sky, or sometimes it is different, even though we are not speaking to one another, Ideas still travel through space to other artists somewhere in the world!

What if we could see the viruses because we live in the time of the coronavirus: viruses and ideas have wings, they can travel across boundaries.

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In 2020, quarantined in London, I put on my off-site show on my balcony. With fibre optic lights and my daughter, I played with ideas and viruses to create a new work during my self-isolation time.

do not play with the virus,

you will lose!

Your fears are killing you,       Be open

Do not touch your face,

   but it is closer …

Scrawls …

The weapon is the enemy…

My hand is my enemy and my weapon at the same time. My children and I are surrounded by millions of germs flowing in the air and falling down on surfaces. Our fears are in door handles, tissues and groceries delivered from the supermarket.

It is a new kind of fear that we are not used to worrying about. As an artist, I am trying to raise awareness by picturing the invisible as a war between hands and germs which I try to highlight.

Where is our Identity?….