Since the beginning of our existence, people have been curious about the future. The quest to shape tomorrow, pushing forth advancement while avoiding destruction, is a defining characteristic of humankind. Demsky, a visual artist from Spain and a pioneer of the burgeoning neo-futurist movement, has led and inspired a way to Interpret and imagine what this might be.
His evolution of future aesthetics started with murals in the 1990s, paintings in the 2000s, and now sculptures in the second decade of the century This new phase of Demsky's journey is a refined exploration of the coalescence of materials and mediums in times to come. As a viewer, the understanding is a little more fantastic.
Through his upcoming art exhibition he poses some interesting questions. If we believe that the future could exist in parallel to the present in a different dimension, would it be possible for an Individual to travel between the two unnoticed? Can a sliver of the future be brought back in time and presented to us today? Demsky's objects would most certainly make you believe it's a possibility.
Demsky awakens us to the experience of an interdimensional being, one who has the capacity to travel between dimensions. If you are looking to experience art through the lens of a visionary, start 2023 with a first of its kind presentation 'Interdimensional Hypnosees', a solo exhibition by Demsky, marking the first ever show of the neo-futurist artist in India.
The exhibit will be on display from 12th January to 12th February at Method Kalaghoda and you can find more details about the same here.
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