Berlin-based artist Eno Henze produces digital artwork that seems completely organic — like wild, technicolor hair. Upon completion of each image, his larger-than-life laser prints are applied to a wall and become brightly colored swirls that envelop the room. The computer drawings reflect Henze’s personal philosophy of man and machine collaborating together, instead of working as opposing forces.
More from Henze after the jump.
“Practically speaking, I have a preconceived idea of a picture which I then translate and try to describe to the machine,” the artist said of his process. “But sometimes the machine returns something that is beyond what I had conceived before, and beyond what I can make with my bare hands. But I wouldn’t say that I become an agent of the machine. In the end it is only me whose in charge to consider what is good and what is bad… I am a breeder, rearing forms and shapes together with the machine.”
Der Libertin, 2007
thf 1, 2007
thf 3, 2007
thf 5, 2007
[via paper tastebuds]