This piece is part of a series I call “Fake”. The name is a tongue-in-cheek reference to the common misunderstanding of computer art as unauthentic. The works are printed digital manipulations of paintings that are then painted again. The subjects of the paintings are arbitrary, the focus being paint and its exploration through digitalization and back to the hand. It is an effort to create a hybrid of originality and variability, which can be described as Techspressionism.
Adelfino Corino is a new media artist. His mediums include oil painting, digital sculpture, 3D design and motion graphics. His use of paint with various digital applications explores “traditional art” in the context of the contemporary image. Adelfino resides in New York City where he received his MFA in Computer Arts from the School of Visual Arts.