Interdisciplinary contemporary artist Zachary Eastwood-Bloom brings old and new together in his glitched classical art sculptures. The Glasgow-based artist uses cutting edge digital technology to explore age-old art motifs through a contemporary lens.
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Eastwood-Bloom’s Greek god modern art series was created during his time as the Pangolin Bronze Foundry Artist in Residence. These art sculptures‘ series is inspired by the gods whose namesakes are our solar system’s planets, as well as particle physics. In an interview with Chrom Art Magazine, the artist explains his thought process during the creation of his art sculptures:
I find it fascinating how people think. I think through making art sculptures, through three-dimensional form, material, shape, and surface. Other people think through numbers, words, sounds, movement, digital code etcetera. I am interested in working with people who think via different modes to me. In the digital age is that a lot of people work using digital technology now. This means that their digital information can be changed into different mediums; words can become sound, sound can become a form for example.