50 min

Ep 03 with Oliver Gingrich: Digital artist Metralla Rosa

    • Visual Arts

Artist
You can also watch this episode on Youtube where English, Italian and Spanish subtitles are available or visit the Metralla Rosa website for more details.With a keen interest in the emerging and almost omnipresent communion that exists between visual arts and new technologies, Oliver lives and produces the totality of his work in his Notting Hill studio, in London. With a diploma in Visual Arts (Central Saint Martins), a master’s degree in Digital Arts (University of Applied Arts, Vienna) and a doctorate in Media, Oliver manages to intercept, link, and amalgamate an interesting conceptual vision into his creative offering, using an extensive variety of visual resources such as photography, digital art, acrylic painting on canvas and holographic projections.

As part of the Analema Group of artists, Oliver is able to implement projects with investigative thoroughness, causing substantial ripples in digital innovation. Using cutting-edge technology is key to these projects, but so is a need to grow and implement connections between form, light and sound. Their constant interpolation in space gives rise to highly interactive modern art experiences. The Analema Group is exhibiting ‘Kima: Noise’ from the 20th to the 24th of November 2019, an experience for the senses in the Tate Exchange on the fifth floor of the Tate Modern. Within it, the audience actively uses their senses to explore the possible bridges between form and sound. The installation also conveys the implications for mental health and overall well-being of those of us who live in heavily congested and dynamic urban areas.

We talked in detail with Oliver about ‘Kima: Noise’ and his participation in the Analema Group, as well as his interests – from an absolutely lay perspective – in the future of angels, religions and his anti-binary vision of sexual archetypes – it was highly stimulating. This interview is a tribute to creative curiosity and art that seeks to explain and express itself through social purpose and technological revolution rather than just through beauty alone.

Now, enjoy the interview!

Related Links:
OliverGingrich.com | Analema | Kima: Noise at the Tate Modern | Flux
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Artista
Interesado en la emergente y casi omnipresente comunión que existe entre las artes visuales y las nuevas tecnologías, Oliver vive y desarrolla la totalidad de su obra desde su estudio en Notting Hill, en la ciudad de Londres. Con un diploma en Artes Plásticas (Central Saint Martins), una maestría en Artes Digitales (https://www.univie.ac.at/en/) y un doctorado en Medios de Comunicación...for further information about this interview, including links to anything mentioned by Oliver, or to continue reading this text in Spanish, English and Italian, visit the Metralla Rosa website.
Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/metrallarosa)

Artist
You can also watch this episode on Youtube where English, Italian and Spanish subtitles are available or visit the Metralla Rosa website for more details.With a keen interest in the emerging and almost omnipresent communion that exists between visual arts and new technologies, Oliver lives and produces the totality of his work in his Notting Hill studio, in London. With a diploma in Visual Arts (Central Saint Martins), a master’s degree in Digital Arts (University of Applied Arts, Vienna) and a doctorate in Media, Oliver manages to intercept, link, and amalgamate an interesting conceptual vision into his creative offering, using an extensive variety of visual resources such as photography, digital art, acrylic painting on canvas and holographic projections.

As part of the Analema Group of artists, Oliver is able to implement projects with investigative thoroughness, causing substantial ripples in digital innovation. Using cutting-edge technology is key to these projects, but so is a need to grow and implement connections between form, light and sound. Their constant interpolation in space gives rise to highly interactive modern art experiences. The Analema Group is exhibiting ‘Kima: Noise’ from the 20th to the 24th of November 2019, an experience for the senses in the Tate Exchange on the fifth floor of the Tate Modern. Within it, the audience actively uses their senses to explore the possible bridges between form and sound. The installation also conveys the implications for mental health and overall well-being of those of us who live in heavily congested and dynamic urban areas.

We talked in detail with Oliver about ‘Kima: Noise’ and his participation in the Analema Group, as well as his interests – from an absolutely lay perspective – in the future of angels, religions and his anti-binary vision of sexual archetypes – it was highly stimulating. This interview is a tribute to creative curiosity and art that seeks to explain and express itself through social purpose and technological revolution rather than just through beauty alone.

Now, enjoy the interview!

Related Links:
OliverGingrich.com | Analema | Kima: Noise at the Tate Modern | Flux
__________

Artista
Interesado en la emergente y casi omnipresente comunión que existe entre las artes visuales y las nuevas tecnologías, Oliver vive y desarrolla la totalidad de su obra desde su estudio en Notting Hill, en la ciudad de Londres. Con un diploma en Artes Plásticas (Central Saint Martins), una maestría en Artes Digitales (https://www.univie.ac.at/en/) y un doctorado en Medios de Comunicación...for further information about this interview, including links to anything mentioned by Oliver, or to continue reading this text in Spanish, English and Italian, visit the Metralla Rosa website.
Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/metrallarosa)

50 min