The Fall of Man
Natasha Tomchin is driven by her fascination with natural phenomena. Inspired by the clouds and lush flora, her art draws directly from her surroundings in an effort to connect more deeply with nature. These feelings translate across code art, painted furniture, sculpture, video, and projection installations. Always exploring new creative forms of expression, she uses unconventional methods to cross visual boundaries.
The 'Fall of Man' is a digital collage art piece made from open-sourced images found in the open online archives of the Met with nature videos blended in to create a surreal ode to Adam and Eve. This special video art print is made possible by a collaboration with Infinite Objects: a looping video in a permanent display that you can't update. There are no buttons, no connectivity, and no app. These digital videos are now physical, collectible objects. We call them Video Prints.
Video art piece on a 7" Diagonal IPS LCD Display, in a Crystal clear Lucite Acrylic Frame, 5.7 x 8.4 x 0.9 inches
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