When did you begin your artist journey?
I would say my journey as an artist began shortly after my graduation, when I created my first kinetic art project, the Sand Art machine, in 2017. The Concept behind this art project is to amuse people standing around this art machine with the movement of the sand being poured to create different drawings. To better understand here is the art - https://youtu.be/shAlzSZiqu4 This art is a perfect example of the combination of art with technology. This project marked a turning point in my artistic career, as it ignited a deep passion for combining art with technology. As a kinetic artist, I am constantly exploring ways to bring my art to life through movement and interactivity. For me, art is a medium through which I can express my fascination with the intersection of technology and creativity, and I am always eager to push the boundaries of what is possible in this exciting and dynamic field.
How would you describe your creative process?
My work focuses on merging art and technology to produce captivating experiences through interactive kinetic art. I create dynamic and immersive artwork that responds to the actions of the viewer, transforming static art into kinetic art. The aim is to produce artwork that is not only visually stimulating but also meaningful to the viewer. To achieve this, my kinetic art projects use sensors, microcontrollers, and actuators to create artwork that is dynamic and responsive in real-time. By focusing on the viewer's engagement with the artwork, the project aims to create a more profound connection between the viewer and the artwork. Ultimately, my goal is to create artwork that elicits a "wow" factor and provides a memorable experience for viewers.
Who has influenced your work, or continues to influence your work?
As an artist who specializes in kinetic art, I have been greatly influenced by the work of David C. Roy. His intricate and mesmerizing wooden sculptures, featuring moving parts and mechanisms powered by simple motors, have had a profound impact on my own artistic work. Roy's precise and complex designs, which are both aesthetically pleasing and functional, have inspired me to explore the possibilities of movement and motion in my own artistic creations. I continue to be influenced by his work and am grateful for the ways in which he has helped to shape my own artistic vision.
What do you aim to say by the themes in your art?
As a kinetic artist who creates moving chandeliers, my work explores themes such as movement, balance, and harmony. My art is not just for decoration but aims to engage and inspire the viewer. I draw on concepts from other art, engineering, and the natural world to create pieces that are both beautiful and thought-provoking. My chandeliers capture a sense of dynamism and interact with their surroundings. Ultimately, my goal is to create unique and complex kinetic sculptures that express my artistic vision and philosophy.
Here is one of my kinetic chandeliers - https://youtu.be/Tv3whJsGGGQAs a kinetic artist who creates moving chandeliers, my work explores themes such as movement, balance, and harmony. My art is not just for decoration but aims to engage and inspire the viewer. I draw on concepts from other art, engineering, and the natural world to create pieces that are both beautiful and thought-provoking. My chandeliers capture a sense of dynamism and interact with their surroundings. Ultimately, my goal is to create unique and complex kinetic sculptures that express my artistic vision and philosophy.
Here is one of my kinetic chandeliers - https://youtu.be/Tv3whJsGGGQ
Do you feel your art challenges existing barriers?
As a kinetic artist, I use movement and dynamic elements to create visu
ally striking pieces that challenge established conventions in the arts. My work blurs the lines between different art forms and engages audiences in new and unexpected ways. By addressing important social, cultural, or environmental issues through my art, I can create new opportunities for dialogue and collaboration. Overall, my kinetic art has the potential to make a meaningful impact on the world and inspire others to push against established norms and explore new avenues for creative expression.
What are your long-term artistic goals?
My long-term artistic goals involve exploring my ideas for kinetic art across different fields, using ordinary items that would otherwise go to waste or landfill. I strive to combine two seemingly disparate fields of art and technology to create a unique and captivating experience for viewers. By merging these two elements, I hope to offer a new and exciting way to engage with art in an immersive form that takes it beyond traditional methods. Also to create a network in the US to be accepted in Art Museums there. Additionally, I aspire to establish a network of connections within the US art community to gain recognition from art museums. Above all, my main goal is to continue doing what I love, which brings me true happiness.
What advice do you have for aspiring artists?
I would say to keep experimenting with new techniques and styles and challenge yourself to create something unique. Remember, art is a process, and not every piece will turn out as you imagined it. But by continuously creating and refining your work, you will eventually produce something truly exceptional. Personally, I've found that some of my best artworks have evolved from experimentation and previous works. So, keep exploring and pushing yourself creatively, and don't hesitate to take risks and try new things. Seek out, constructive feedback from other artists or art communities to help you improve. And most importantly, keep creating and enjoying the process of making art.