'Future Face I' by Pawel Pacholec
- Digital Collage
- 20cm by 20cm artwork size
- 30cm by 30cm mounted
- 33cm by 33cm framed
- unlimited number of prints
- signed and dated on the front
Pawel Pacholec | Poland @paul.piotrowicz
Pawel Pacholec, who studied arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk, works with collage technique putting much emphasis on composition and esthetic outcome where each element is placed carefully into position. He has exhibited in the USA, Canada, China, Australia, the UK, Portugal, Italy, Sweden, Netherlands, Israel, Greece, Hungary, Lithuania, Romania, Indonesia, Turkey, Kenya and Poland and has been published in many different magazines. His influences are Kurt Schwitters, Robert Rauschenberg, Raoul Hausmann, Georges Braque, Max Ernst and Jonathan Talbot.
The face is our mirror and showpiece. It shows our emotions and thoughts.
After the appearance of the face, we can tell a lot about a person. The
expression of micromovements reveals a person's personality and interior. We
try not to reveal our mood by putting on a mask or playing our facial
expressions. The latest technologies try to read human emotions using artificial
intelligence. Our faces will become the material for the analysis of algorithms.