My solo show, Netscape, is the exploration of our first inception into digital addiction, focusing on early digital experiences that were both confusing and exciting, and major influence for how we perceive and value our work and life.
As a digital artist, a career that was conceived in the last decade, my craft with the trackpad has become too familiar to my digital experience: I get what I want immediately with less time to appreciate what I am striving for in my artistic journey. Pursuing acrylics is my attempt to challenge my patience from inefficiency as I did in my earlier days on the computer.
I painted a mural for the gallery space Powrplnt, neon installation, collaborated with Tom Hancocks on my rendition of the nostalgic Windows maze screensaver for a projection installation, as well as pins and shirts to give away for the show opening. Netscape was a part of the BOOM festival, a 4-day event celebrating artists, food, music and life in Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY.