Post digital works in acrylic on canvas: why?
In a constant concern to "kill the pixel", Lord Wilmore tries an unprecedented experiment: to create digital works to interpret them in the material not by a technical process involving the cutting edge technology of sublimation on Chromaluxe® but with his own hands armed with paintbrushes, acrylics and street artist markers.
A painter in short?
Not quite: these painted works are not a return to the sources of secular pictorial art, they are post-digital. All the acrylic paintings on canvas that you see here are first designed with digital techniques (computer, tablet, graphics software, etc.). It is Lord Wilmore, the man of flesh and blood, who, in a second step, translates them in a gesture filled with human vagueness. Bravely trying to end the digital dictatorship, Lord gives humanity another chance in the face of the machines' seemingly inevitable takeover of our species.
These works come from several concepts developed by Lord Wilmore from 2016 until today.
Lord works on several series of concepts simultaneously and continuously. Examples of the following concepts can be found in this gallery: Footstars, Ronins, No People, African Warriors, Monochrome Dead Stars, Revolutions, Bow Tie Ducks, De Staelizations.
Finally, we will note in the work of the artist, and that without too much intellectual fatigue, the absence of a unique visual style supposedly guaranteeing coherence.
The unique style police have of course been trying for several years to stop Lord Wilmore in his stylistic multiplicity, without success.
Because, if the style is the man, the man is multiple.
Like Lord Wilmore.
And like you.
NB. THE PRICES OF THE WORKS ARE DISPLAYED OVER EVERY PHOTO.
Contact the artist directly. (The digital post acrylics are not for sale on the site "peintureurenumériquecontemporaine.com")