WHAT IS TECHSPRESSIONISM?

Techspressionism is introduced as a new art-historical term to describe fine artists using digital technology to convey subjective, emotional content.

Techspressionism distinguishes expressive fine art from such genres as “digital art,” which can include animated movies, and video games, as well as  from “new media” works that do not embody convincing artistic intent.

The subjective lens of the individual artist (rather than the product of a corporate studio) is what connects Techspressionism to its predecessor, ExpressionismExpressionists presented the world from a subjective perspective, distorting it radically in order to evoke moods or ideas, seeking to express their emotional experience rather than physical reality.

A core group of artists have begun working together to develop momentum for the adoption of the term Techspressionism into common usage.  We meet biweekly at our Techspressionist Salon artist meetups on Zoom to discuss art and technology. Further information on the origins of the term Techspressionism is available here.

The Techspressionist Manifesto, a document that draws inspiration from artistic manifestos of the past (including Marinetti’s Futurist Manifesto and Breton’s Surrealist Manifesto) is a open-ended document subject to ongoing revisions from group members.

We encourage artists who identify with the approach of using technology as a means to express emotional experience to self-identify as Techspressionists by including the hashtag #techspressionism on Instagram, Twiter, and other social media platforms.

We are actively reviewing images using the hashtag on Instagram and Twitter and reposting a curated selection of these works.  Artists whose work is reposted are invited to be included in an online index of Techspressionist visual artists.

Anne Morgan Spalter, January 2021, Brattleboro, VT, USA.

techspressionism

/tek-spresh-uh-niz-uh m/

An artistic approach in which technology is utilized as a means to express emotional experience. (1)

ROOT WORDS  (source: Oxford Dictionaries):

expressionism: A style of painting, music, or drama in which the artist or writer seeks to express emotional experience rather than impressions of the external world.
technology :The application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes, especially in industry.

Techspressionism: Curators in Conversation with Christiane Paul and Helen A. Harrison is the first of a series of Roundtable Discussions created by Techspressionist artists. This conversation is a discussion focusing of Techspressionism as it relates to art-historical movements of the past as well as to digital art at large.

Christiane Paul is Professor in the School of Media Studies at The New School, as well as Curator of Digital Art at the Whitney Museum of American Art. She is the recipient of the Thoma Foundation’s 2016 Arts Writing Award in Digital Art, and her books are A Companion to Digital Art (Blackwell-Wiley, May 2016); Digital Art (Thames and Hudson, 2003, 2008, 2015, 2023); Context Providers – Conditions of Meaning in Media Arts (Intellect, 2011; Chinese edition, 2012); and New Media in the White Cube and Beyond (UC Press, 2008). At the Whitney Museum she curated exhibitions including Programmed: Rules, Codes, and Choreographies in Art 1965 – 2018 (2018/19), Cory Arcangel: Pro Tools (2011) and Profiling (2007), and is responsible for artport, the museum’s portal to Internet art.

Helen A. Harrison, a former New York Times art critic and NPR arts commentator, is the director of the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in East Hampton, New York. A specialist in modern American art, she has been the curator of the Parrrish Art Museum and Guild Hall Museum and a guest curator at the Queens Museum. Her books include Hamptons Bohemia: Two Centuries of Artists and Writers on the Beach, monographs on Jackson Pollock and Larry Rivers, and three mystery novels set in the New York art world.

Bronx-born artist Colin Goldberg’s work explores the relationship between technology and personal expression. His studio practice bridges multiple disciplines, notably painting and digital media. Goldberg first used the term Techspressionism as the title for a solo exhibition in Southampton NY in 2011, and curated the first large-scale group exhibition of Techspressionist works, Techspressionism: Digital and Beyond at Southampton Arts Center (Southampton NY, 2022).

Art in Focus

Illustrated talks that illuminate the world of art.

Hosted by Helen Harrison

The videos below are a series of talks organized in conjunction with the exhibition, Techspressionism: Digital & Beyond, at the Southampton Arts Center, April 21 – July 23, 2022.

These talks were co-sponsored by Stony Brook Southampton Library, the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center, and the Southampton Arts Center and made possible by support from the John H. Marburger III Fund of Stony Brook University.

Helen A. Harrison, the director of the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in East Hampton, is the former curator of the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton and Guild Hall Museum in East Hampton. She has also been a guest curator at the Queens Museum in Flushing, has taught at the School of Visual Arts, and currently holds an adjunct faculty position in Stony Brook University’s Department of Art. From 1978-2006, she wrote art reviews and feature articles for the Long Island section of The New York Times, and she was the visual arts commentator for WLIU 88.3 FM, Long Island University’s NPR-affiliated radio station, from 2004-2009. Her articles, essays and reviews have appeared in numerous scholarly and popular publications, and she’s the author of several books, including, most recently, two mystery novels set in the New York art world.

FOCUS: Digital / Analog Hybrids

Tuesday, May 3, 2022 via Zoom

Anne Spalter
Rhode Island School of Design

Anne discusses how she used cutting edge artificial intelligence to create new types of compositions–but unexpectedly ended up using familiar drawing and painting tools to realize her final works in Techspressionism: Digital and Beyond.

Digital mixed-media artist Anne Spalter is an academic pioneer who founded the original digital fine arts courses at Brown University and RISD in the 1990s and authored the internationally taught textbook, The Computer in the Visual Arts (Addison-Wesley, 1999). Her artistic process combines a consistent set of personal symbols with a hybrid arsenal of traditional mark-making methods and innovative digital tools. A new body of work, further developed at a recent residency at MASS MoCA, combines artificial intelligence algorithms with oil paint and pastels.  She is currently creating NFT artworks.

FOCUS: What the Heck is Techspressionism?

Tuesday, May 17, 2022 via Zoom

Colin Goldberg
Artist/ Curator of “Techspressionism: Digital & Beyond”

Colin coined the term Techspressionism in 2011 to describe “an artistic approach in which technology is utilized as a means to express emotional experience.” Since then, it has evolved into an international movement, with periodic online meetups, modeled on the 19th century salon concept, in which artists share their works and personal creative philosophies. Colin will discuss Techspressionism’s genesis, survey its present flowering, and imagine its potential.

Colin Goldberg was born in the Bronx, New York, to parents of Japanese and Jewish ancestry, both Ph.D. chemists. His grandmother Kimiye was an accomplished practitioner and instructor of Japanese Shodo calligraphy. He has been a freelancer in NYC advertising agencies, coding and designing some of the web’s first consumer-facing sites and launching brands such as Snapple, GOLF Magazine, and Popular Science online. He holds a BA in Studio Art from Binghamton University and a MFA in Computer Art from BGSU, and is a recipient of grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and the New York State Council on the Arts.

FOCUS: Responding to Techspressionism

Tuesday, May 31 via Zoom

Shimon Attie
Bergman Visiting Professor, Stony Brook University

 In his artistic practice, Shimon uses both traditional and experimental media, including immersive multiple-channel video and other digital tools. He will respond to the exhibition in light of technology’s expressive potential for re-imagining relationships between space, time, place, memory and identity.

Shimon Attie is an internationally renowned visual artist whose work spans photography, video, site-specific installation, public projects, and new media. A recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation’s Lee Krasner Award, he was awarded The Rome Prize in 2001, a Visual Artist Fellowship from Harvard University’s Radcliffe Institute for Advance Study in 2007, and a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2008. He became the inaugural Bergman Visiting Professor at Stony Brook in the fall of 2020.

Some recent posts from our Instagram feed are below. Many thanks to our Instagram curator, Renata Janiszewska.  Follow our official account @techspressionism and the hashtag #techspressionism on Instagram.

Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Diego Navarro
Minas Gerais, Brazil 🇧🇷
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@belohorizonte

Visual Artist and Product Designer

His aesthetic research focuses on the field of Art-Technology and his production transits through web art, cyberculture, glitch art, generative art and 3DArt.
You can see more of his work on the website diogonavarro.com.br

#techspressionism
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Diego Navarro
Minas Gerais, Brazil 🇧🇷
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@belohorizonte

Visual Artist and Product Designer

His aesthetic research focuses on the field of Art-Technology and his production transits through web art, cyberculture, glitch art, generative art and 3DArt.
You can see more of his work on the website diogonavarro.com.br

#techspressionism
@techspressionism_br
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Diego Navarro
Minas Gerais, Brazil 🇧🇷
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@belohorizonte

Visual Artist and Product Designer

His aesthetic research focuses on the field of Art-Technology and his production transits through web art, cyberculture, glitch art, generative art and 3DArt.
You can see more of his work on the website diogonavarro.com.br

#techspressionism
@techspressionism_br
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Rafael Draga
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 🇧🇷
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@rafaeldraga
Rafael Draga is a graffiti artist, visual artist and graduated as a fashion designer. Working as a graffiti artist and visual artist since 2012, Draga held six individual exhibitions (one of them in Mar del Plata/AR), was approved for two art calls and participated in three group exhibitions (one of them in the US with the TMFA, international art collective). He is currently one of the co-creators of BeCo Pro, where he works as an illustrator, visual
artist, develops audiovisual projects and a PFP NFT project on the DeSo blockchain. Rafael is also part of the Gambiarra NEAR Gallery.

#techspressionism
@techspressionism_br
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Rafael Draga
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 🇧🇷
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@rafaeldraga
Rafael Draga is a graffiti artist, visual artist and graduated as a fashion designer. Working as a graffiti artist and visual artist since 2012, Draga held six individual exhibitions (one of them in Mar del Plata/AR), was approved for two art calls and participated in three group exhibitions (one of them in the US with the TMFA, international art collective). He is currently one of the co-creators of BeCo Pro, where he works as an illustrator, visual
artist, develops audiovisual projects and a PFP NFT project on the DeSo blockchain. Rafael is also part of the Gambiarra NEAR Gallery.

#techspressionism
@techspressionism_br
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Rafael Draga
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 🇧🇷
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@rafaeldraga
Rafael Draga is a graffiti artist, visual artist and graduated as a fashion designer. Working as a graffiti artist and visual artist since 2012, Draga held six individual exhibitions (one of them in Mar del Plata/AR), was approved for two art calls and participated in three group exhibitions (one of them in the US with the TMFA, international art collective). He is currently one of the co-creators of BeCo Pro, where he works as an illustrator, visual
artist, develops audiovisual projects and a PFP NFT project on the DeSo blockchain. Rafael is also part of the Gambiarra NEAR Gallery.

#techspressionism
@techspressionism_br
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Max Dali Kamilla Kumova
London, England 🇬🇧
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@maxdali_kamillakulova

I'm an Italian non-binary multidisciplinary artist, a representative of Techspressionism world art movement, and an activist for LGBTQIA+ rights. I spent the last 15 years in Brazil: 5 of them inside a favela, now I'm back in London where I was a prior resident. My artistic double name, both masculine/feminine, was chosen to highlight the need for tolerance and inclusion still needed in our society. I express myself by digital drawing and painting, photograpy, AI, Glitch Art, video and sound editing, collages etc. etc.

#techspressionism
@techspressionism_br
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Max Dali Kamilla Kumova
London, England 🇬🇧
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@maxdali_kamillakulova

I'm an Italian non-binary multidisciplinary artist, a representative of Techspressionism world art movement, and an activist for LGBTQIA+ rights. I spent the last 15 years in Brazil: 5 of them inside a favela, now I'm back in London where I was a prior resident. My artistic double name, both masculine/feminine, was chosen to highlight the need for tolerance and inclusion still needed in our society. I express myself by digital drawing and painting, photograpy, AI, Glitch Art, video and sound editing, collages etc. etc.

#techspressionism
@techspressionism_br
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Max Dali Kamilla Kumova
London, England 🇬🇧
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@maxdali_kamillakulova

I'm an Italian non-binary multidisciplinary artist, a representative of Techspressionism world art movement, and an activist for LGBTQIA+ rights. I spent the last 15 years in Brazil: 5 of them inside a favela, now I'm back in London where I was a prior resident. My artistic double name, both masculine/feminine, was chosen to highlight the need for tolerance and inclusion still needed in our society. I express myself by digital drawing and painting, photograpy, AI, Glitch Art, video and sound editing, collages etc. etc.

#techspressionism
@techspressionism_br
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Tomaz Favilla
São Paolo, Brazil 🇧🇷
London, England 🇬🇧
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@tomaz.favilla

I'm a Brazilian artist, raised in London and Brighton, now residing in São Paulo.
I take photographs and edit them digitally to create my work.
The end result at times, has no resemblance to the original photograph, and can end up being an abstract image. Most times, they have an element of glitch and can be somewhat lysergic.

Urban landscapes and cityscapes are also a common theme.
Furthermore, I try to emulate the feeling of hand-painted images, but all done digitally.
This works particularly well on canvas prints.

This is my life, my savior, my tormentor. Life without this would seem empty, devoid of my truth and how I see the world and experience this reality.
It is an expression of fine art through digital means.
It is the outside world being transformed by my inner world, then poured back in the form of these images.
I hope you enjoy them.
I hope they give you pleasure and sometimes hope.
For without hope and beauty, we would be surely lost.

#techspressionism
@techspressionism_br
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Tomaz Favilla
São Paolo, Brazil 🇧🇷
London, England 🇬🇧
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@tomaz.favilla

I'm a Brazilian artist, raised in London and Brighton, now residing in São Paulo.
I take photographs and edit them digitally to create my work.
The end result at times, has no resemblance to the original photograph, and can end up being an abstract image. Most times, they have an element of glitch and can be somewhat lysergic.

Urban landscapes and cityscapes are also a common theme.
Furthermore, I try to emulate the feeling of hand-painted images, but all done digitally.
This works particularly well on canvas prints.

This is my life, my savior, my tormentor. Life without this would seem empty, devoid of my truth and how I see the world and experience this reality.
It is an expression of fine art through digital means.
It is the outside world being transformed by my inner world, then poured back in the form of these images.
I hope you enjoy them.
I hope they give you pleasure and sometimes hope.
For without hope and beauty, we would be surely lost.

#techspressionism
@techspressionism_br
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Tomaz Favilla
São Paolo, Brazil 🇧🇷
London, England 🇬🇧
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@tomaz.favilla

I'm a Brazilian artist, raised in London and Brighton, now residing in São Paulo.
I take photographs and edit them digitally to create my work.
The end result at times, has no resemblance to the original photograph, and can end up being an abstract image. Most times, they have an element of glitch and can be somewhat lysergic.

Urban landscapes and cityscapes are also a common theme.
Furthermore, I try to emulate the feeling of hand-painted images, but all done digitally.
This works particularly well on canvas prints.

This is my life, my savior, my tormentor. Life without this would seem empty, devoid of my truth and how I see the world and experience this reality.
It is an expression of fine art through digital means.
It is the outside world being transformed by my inner world, then poured back in the form of these images.
I hope you enjoy them.
I hope they give you pleasure and sometimes hope.
For without hope and beauty, we would be surely lost.

#techspressionism
@techspressionism_br
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Nima Nilian
Leuven, Belgium 🇧🇪
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@nimanilian

In my work I make intensive use of the latest digital media, HD computer generated images and digital editing. I have been fascinated by digital techniques for some time, and I make 3D animations and sculptures primarily. When creating 3D computer generated images you have complete control. I like that. People are always central to my work. Through a virtual world I try to ask existential questions about feelings such as loneliness, pain and death, but also joy and humor. About how feelings are experienced within the abstraction of the digital world. Also about the impact that the 'hyper real', virtual world has on the tangible reality of the viewer. This 'new' reality generates just as much, or sometimes even better, emotions, feelings, questions, ideas... that's the beauty of art. For me, the computer is the obvious tool to challenge existing ideas and current issues.

#techspressionism
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Nima Nilian
Leuven, Belgium 🇧🇪
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@nimanilian

In my work I make intensive use of the latest digital media, HD computer generated images and digital editing. I have been fascinated by digital techniques for some time, and I make 3D animations and sculptures primarily. When creating 3D computer generated images you have complete control. I like that. People are always central to my work. Through a virtual world I try to ask existential questions about feelings such as loneliness, pain and death, but also joy and humor. About how feelings are experienced within the abstraction of the digital world. Also about the impact that the 'hyper real', virtual world has on the tangible reality of the viewer. This 'new' reality generates just as much, or sometimes even better, emotions, feelings, questions, ideas... that's the beauty of art. For me, the computer is the obvious tool to challenge existing ideas and current issues.

#techspressionism
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Nima Nilian
Leuven, Belgium 🇧🇪
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@nimanilian

In my work I make intensive use of the latest digital media, HD computer generated images and digital editing. I have been fascinated by digital techniques for some time, and I make 3D animations and sculptures primarily. When creating 3D computer generated images you have complete control. I like that. People are always central to my work. Through a virtual world I try to ask existential questions about feelings such as loneliness, pain and death, but also joy and humor. About how feelings are experienced within the abstraction of the digital world. Also about the impact that the 'hyper real', virtual world has on the tangible reality of the viewer. This 'new' reality generates just as much, or sometimes even better, emotions, feelings, questions, ideas... that's the beauty of art. For me, the computer is the obvious tool to challenge existing ideas and current issues.

#techspressionism
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Andy Wauman
Belgium 🇧🇪
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@andywauman

Generally my work has it’s origins in my conviction that a truly living culture can only arise from social structures and that the only theory a contemporary artist can feed on is necessarily a social one. I do not recycle existing forms, I try to make new ones based on my own background. Which is what distinguishes an artist from a marketeer. I try to inject the spontaneous energy from the street into my artistic practice, and I create my own contribution to the ‘revolution of everyday life’ in the shape of texts and objects. Therefore, a recurrent element in my work is my protesting against cynicism and a preference for the sensuality and romantic value of the materials of the street, the ones the vagabond knows better than the bourgeois. But rather than a political activist, I like to call myself a poetical terrorist.
 

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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Andy Wauman
Belgium 🇧🇪
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@andywauman

Generally my work has it’s origins in my conviction that a truly living culture can only arise from social structures and that the only theory a contemporary artist can feed on is necessarily a social one. I do not recycle existing forms, I try to make new ones based on my own background. Which is what distinguishes an artist from a marketeer. I try to inject the spontaneous energy from the street into my artistic practice, and I create my own contribution to the ‘revolution of everyday life’ in the shape of texts and objects. Therefore, a recurrent element in my work is my protesting against cynicism and a preference for the sensuality and romantic value of the materials of the street, the ones the vagabond knows better than the bourgeois. But rather than a political activist, I like to call myself a poetical terrorist.
 

#techspressionism
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Andy Wauman
Belgium 🇧🇪
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@andywauman

Generally my work has it’s origins in my conviction that a truly living culture can only arise from social structures and that the only theory a contemporary artist can feed on is necessarily a social one. I do not recycle existing forms, I try to make new ones based on my own background. Which is what distinguishes an artist from a marketeer. I try to inject the spontaneous energy from the street into my artistic practice, and I create my own contribution to the ‘revolution of everyday life’ in the shape of texts and objects. Therefore, a recurrent element in my work is my protesting against cynicism and a preference for the sensuality and romantic value of the materials of the street, the ones the vagabond knows better than the bourgeois. But rather than a political activist, I like to call myself a poetical terrorist.
 

#techspressionism
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Mario de Mayer
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Ghent, Belgium 🇧🇪
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@mariodemeyer_abstract

I'm Mario De Meyer, a freelance graphic designer based in Ghent/Belgium with a strong focus on typography. I work on a wide variety of worldwide projects and had the pleasure to work with clients like Adobe, Bloomberg, Fortune, Inc., Ogilvy & Mather, IBM, Wired, Henkel and more.

#techspressionism
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Mario de Mayer
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Ghent, Belgium 🇧🇪
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@mariodemeyer_abstract

I'm Mario De Meyer, a freelance graphic designer based in Ghent/Belgium with a strong focus on typography. I work on a wide variety of worldwide projects and had the pleasure to work with clients like Adobe, Bloomberg, Fortune, Inc., Ogilvy & Mather, IBM, Wired, Henkel and more.

#techspressionism
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Mario de Mayer
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Ghent, Belgium 🇧🇪
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@mariodemeyer_abstract

I'm Mario De Meyer, a freelance graphic designer based in Ghent/Belgium with a strong focus on typography. I work on a wide variety of worldwide projects and had the pleasure to work with clients like Adobe, Bloomberg, Fortune, Inc., Ogilvy & Mather, IBM, Wired, Henkel and more.

#techspressionism
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Andy Thomas
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Australia 🇦🇺
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@andythomasartist

Over the last two decades Andy Thomas has developed an iconic visual language that is uniquely his own. Using a combination of digital technology and water colours, Thomas’ work is a symbolic representation of nature’s collision with technology. Inspired by the beauty of nature and extensive travel to some of the world’s most ancient rainforests, Thomas fuses together images of flora and fauna into evolved abstract forms. Intricately layered compositions of plants and animals make a strong statement of technology’s impact on planet earth and how advancements in society are affecting the natural systems of life.

#techspressionism
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Andy Thomas
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Australia 🇦🇺
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@andythomasartist

Over the last two decades Andy Thomas has developed an iconic visual language that is uniquely his own. Using a combination of digital technology and water colours, Thomas’ work is a symbolic representation of nature’s collision with technology. Inspired by the beauty of nature and extensive travel to some of the world’s most ancient rainforests, Thomas fuses together images of flora and fauna into evolved abstract forms. Intricately layered compositions of plants and animals make a strong statement of technology’s impact on planet earth and how advancements in society are affecting the natural systems of life.

#techspressionism
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Andy Thomas
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Australia 🇦🇺
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@andythomasartist

Over the last two decades Andy Thomas has developed an iconic visual language that is uniquely his own. Using a combination of digital technology and water colours, Thomas’ work is a symbolic representation of nature’s collision with technology. Inspired by the beauty of nature and extensive travel to some of the world’s most ancient rainforests, Thomas fuses together images of flora and fauna into evolved abstract forms. Intricately layered compositions of plants and animals make a strong statement of technology’s impact on planet earth and how advancements in society are affecting the natural systems of life.

#techspressionism
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Ilya Emelyanov
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Kazan, Russia 🇷🇺
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@hoanowe

Hoanowe (real name - Ilya Emelyanov) is an independent glytch artist and Techspressionist located in Kazan.
He studies at Kazan State Academy of Veterinary Medicine, but his life is closely connected with art.
He was engaged in literature, graphic design, etc., but at the moment his main activities are digital art and electronic music.
Being an independent artist, he tries to show the melanchlolic atmosphere of Post-Soviet Russia. The main directions of his artworks are glytch and abstract art.

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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Ilya Emelyanov
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Kazan, Russia 🇷🇺
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@hoanowe

Hoanowe (real name - Ilya Emelyanov) is an independent glytch artist and Techspressionist located in Kazan.
He studies at Kazan State Academy of Veterinary Medicine, but his life is closely connected with art.
He was engaged in literature, graphic design, etc., but at the moment his main activities are digital art and electronic music.
Being an independent artist, he tries to show the melanchlolic atmosphere of Post-Soviet Russia. The main directions of his artworks are glytch and abstract art.

#techspressionism
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Ilya Emelyanov
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Kazan, Russia 🇷🇺
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@hoanowe

Hoanowe (real name - Ilya Emelyanov) is an independent glytch artist and Techspressionist located in Kazan.
He studies at Kazan State Academy of Veterinary Medicine, but his life is closely connected with art.
He was engaged in literature, graphic design, etc., but at the moment his main activities are digital art and electronic music.
Being an independent artist, he tries to show the melanchlolic atmosphere of Post-Soviet Russia. The main directions of his artworks are glytch and abstract art.

#techspressionism
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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Sue Beyer
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Melbourne, Australia 🇦🇺
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@sue_beyer

Australian artist Sue Beyer has exhibited internationally, and received support through cultural agencies such as Australia Council, Creative Victoria, University of Melbourne and the Sidney Myer Fund & The Myer Foundation.

Beyer has been a finalist in multiple prizes, was the winner of the Emerging artist category in the Stanthorpe Art Prize (2014) and awarded the National Gallery of Victoria Women’s Association Award (2018) for work created as part of her MFA.

Her work is part of numerous corporate and public collections including Artbank, an Australian Government art collection.

In 2022 Sue is represented internationally by Studio Gallery Group in Melbourne Australia, Bos Fine Art in The Netherlands, and is a Sessional Lecturer with the School of Design at RMIT in Melbourne. Sue is based in Melbourne and New York.

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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Sue Beyer
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Melbourne, Australia 🇦🇺
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@sue_beyer

Australian artist Sue Beyer has exhibited internationally, and received support through cultural agencies such as Australia Council, Creative Victoria, University of Melbourne and the Sidney Myer Fund & The Myer Foundation.

Beyer has been a finalist in multiple prizes, was the winner of the Emerging artist category in the Stanthorpe Art Prize (2014) and awarded the National Gallery of Victoria Women’s Association Award (2018) for work created as part of her MFA.

Her work is part of numerous corporate and public collections including Artbank, an Australian Government art collection.

In 2022 Sue is represented internationally by Studio Gallery Group in Melbourne Australia, Bos Fine Art in The Netherlands, and is a Sessional Lecturer with the School of Design at RMIT in Melbourne. Sue is based in Melbourne and New York.

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Today’s featured #Techspressionist visual artist:
Sue Beyer
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Melbourne, Australia 🇦🇺
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@sue_beyer

Australian artist Sue Beyer has exhibited internationally, and received support through cultural agencies such as Australia Council, Creative Victoria, University of Melbourne and the Sidney Myer Fund & The Myer Foundation.

Beyer has been a finalist in multiple prizes, was the winner of the Emerging artist category in the Stanthorpe Art Prize (2014) and awarded the National Gallery of Victoria Women’s Association Award (2018) for work created as part of her MFA.

Her work is part of numerous corporate and public collections including Artbank, an Australian Government art collection.

In 2022 Sue is represented internationally by Studio Gallery Group in Melbourne Australia, Bos Fine Art in The Netherlands, and is a Sessional Lecturer with the School of Design at RMIT in Melbourne. Sue is based in Melbourne and New York.

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