"Abandoned Alien Structures IV - Triton" by Anders Hjemdahl- Fractal Frontiers, Digital Art on Museum Grade Paper
72" X 36"
Digital Art on Aluminum
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Anders Hjemdahl- Fractal Frontiers
Having explored procedural digital art and fractals since 1988, Anders Hjemdahl’s art has been featured at numerous exhibitions, presentations, shows, events and publications, e.g. at the Entertainment Technology Center at USC, VRLA, Mindshare L.A, Mind & Machine, the 200 Years of Swedish Design Encyclopedia and the FORM Design magazine.
Anders’ awards include the Golden Egg for Interactive Media by the Swedish Association of Communication Agencies, the Order of Terra Mariana by the President of Estonia, and the Sir John Templeton Freedom Award, and he has been featured as a speaker at e.g. the European Parliament, Stanford University, Technarte, and the Technicolor Experience Center.
Anders lives in southern California, where he works as a director and creative technologist.
My work explores parallel dimensions using procedural computer graphics and fractal geometry, opening up gateways to unseen, infinite worlds of majestic and mysterious beauty and complexity. Navigating these worlds, I bring back documentation of my journeys into the unknown across several mediums — digital images, high resolution prints, light boxes, video, NFTs, AR and Virtual Reality.
Striking a fine-tuned balance of shapes, light, shadows, color and detail, I strive to create a meditative state, similar to what you can find when experiencing the beauty and vastness of nature — when viewing a mountain range, a forest, or the ocean. I create my art to share a sense of wonder, enable people to see the world in a new light, and find a deeper awareness of the many unseen layers of what we choose to call reality.
In the words of William Blake:
To see a World in a Grain of Sand And a Heaven in a Wild Flower Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand And Eternity in an hour.