LG OLED inspires digital art at Frieze London

Jardins d’Été, an algorithmically-generated artwork by Quayola x LG OLED is part of an exhibition at Frieze London 2023 (October 11-15). The exhibition pays homage to French Impressionism, especially the late works of the last of the Old Masters, Claude Monet.

Jardins d’Été is a series of videos depicting the nocturnal blossoming gardens of Château de Chaumont-sur-Loire, France.

For his immersive installation, Quayola uses the complexity of floral formations moved by the wind as a dataset to generate new computational paintings that can be shown in 4K thanks to LG OLED’s picture quality. 

Quayola is a visual artist renowned for his harmonious fusion of computer programming and classical art. He employs technology as a lens to explore the tension and balance between seemingly opposing forces such as the real and artificial, figurative and abstract, old and new. With the utilisation of custom computer software, his versatile portfolio encompasses AV performances, video art, sculptures, and works on paper.  

“Jardins d’Été explores a hybrid substance between the pictorial and the algorithmic,” said Quayola. The complex tones and palettes in this series are perfectly enhanced by LG OLED’s canvases, their exceptional picture quality blurring the lines between the digital and the physical,” said Quayola. 

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