Shelly Hawkins - April 06 2021
Virtual Gallery Opening of Internal Visions
Internal Visions is the third solo exhibition of Generative artwork by Daniel Kersh, whose work with Artificial Intelligence (AI) is at the heart of the new medium’s evolution. What started out as a reflection on the contrast between an individual’s inner and outer worlds soon evolved into a comment on the decentralization of humanity as the primary form of life. By using images of skyscrapers and paintings of radiant light, Kersh creates cells teeming with life, each work at once a seed while also containing the entire cosmos. As you peer past the membrane of fragile glass-like quality you can see the nucleus of light pouring through kinetic pathways and soaking into nearby structures. We see generations of transformations, civilizations rising and falling in a matter of seconds, and we are faced with both the fragility and eternality of life.
At the foundation of all of Kersh’s work is an invitation to a meditative space and an opportunity for deep looking and conscious insight. Internal Visions is fundamentally an opportunity to decentralize the human experience as the only perspective from which to view life, and brings to light the construction of our own internal representations of the world. It is undoubtedly ethereal, humbling, and offers an access point to connecting with the grandness of the universe.
Internal Visions will be on view May 6th through August 29th, 2021 online in a 3D virtual gallery. Gallery access, via our website, is free and open to the public. Feel free to share links to the show with your friends.
We hope to see you there!
Internal Visions will be on view May 6th through August 29th, 2021 online in our 3D virtual gallery. Gallery access, via our website, is free and open to the public. Please share links to the show with your friends.
Liminal Space is a solo exhibition of Generative Abstract Artwork by Daniel Kersh, presented as a series of video installations and prints in a transformative and engaging virtual gallery.