Artist 5: Jason Salavon

Jason Salavon is an American contemporary artist.  He is famous for using computer software processes of his own design to generate and reconfigure lots of communal material to create new visual art works on the familiar. It is very easy to discover that nearly all his art works are created via digital approaches. He is a very typical artist related to our course (personally I think so…)

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Well, I have to say that Salavon is so talent not only on art but also on the computer science. It is the first time I know an artist good at designing computer software process. Amazing! Honestly speaking, even with the help of explanation of how he use the software to create the art works, it is still difficult to learn the production process. The software stuffs are very strange, complicated and technical to me. However, I still enjoy the visual impact of his final art works especially when I know what are the original materials he used. For instance, the seconded image displayed above, one of his art work call “Modern Lifestyle Mandala”,  is consisted of  common goods arranged in complex radial formations. It  is said that this work is inspired by the Buddhist mandala and shopping. Also if you visit his art work website of this work and check the materials he used, you will find how fantastic it is. Just do it!

Reference:

1. http://www.salavon.com/work/

2. http://www.markmooregallery.com/artists/jason-salavon/

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