Blending Materiality in Digital Art
India Aparicio’s current exploration into abstract forms marks a significant evolution in her artistic journey. By delving into the realm of abstract art, she not only challenges the conventional boundaries of visual representation but also engages in a deeper exploration of materiality and perception. The abstract forms she creates are not random; they are meticulously designed to emulate the textures of various materials, from the roughness of stone to the smoothness of silk, bridging the tactile and the visual in a digital medium.
Distortions, color effects, and repetitions play a crucial role in India’s creation of a three-dimensional illusion on a two-dimensional plane. Through skillful manipulation of these elements, she challenges the flatness of the digital canvas, suggesting depth and volume where none physically exists. The distortions twist and stretch the abstract forms, warping the viewer’s perception of space and scale. Color effects add another layer of complexity, with gradients and contrasts mimicking the way light interacts with physical objects, further enhancing the illusion of three-dimensionality. Repetitions reinforce the visual rhythm of the piece, creating patterns that seem to move and evolve, suggesting the dynamic nature of the physical world.
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