'Graphic Evidence of an Incorporeal Painting' draws inspiration from the concept of "expanded" art by R. Krauss and the transformative impact of digital art. This collection presents a curated exhibition of photographs and videos that manifest a unique form of painting that exists beyond the traditional canvas. The artwork transcends the boundaries of physicality, residing within a virtual reality.
In this virtual realm, the artist encounters a fictional scenario devoid of gravity and limitations. The creation explores the interplay between the tangible and intangible, as the non-physical artwork manifests itself in a physical setting. The project draws influence from Arthur Danto's perspective, who highlights that a visual object doesn't necessarily need to be palpable to exist as a work of art. Instead, it emphasizes the importance of certified evidence or records to establish the artwork's legitimacy and presence.
Through 'Graphic Evidence of an Incorporeal Painting' the project seeks to challenge traditional notions of artistic expression by embracing the limitless possibilities offered by virtual reality. By blurring the boundaries between the physical and digital realms, the exhibition invites viewers to explore the convergence of technology, art, and perception, provoking thought and reflection on the evolving nature of art.
Ultimately, the project serves as a testament to the transformative power of the digital revolution and the boundless potential it holds for redefining the artistic landscape. It prompts viewers to question the conventional definitions of art, inviting them on a journey to explore new frontiers of creativity and innovation.


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