Ruxandra Cristina Bocin-Dumitriu was born in Bucharest, Romania in 1979 and was always fascinated by two, otherwise distinct, areas: art and technology. Studying both meant the artist got in very close contact with both hard programming (C++, Java, artificial intelligence) and pure graphic art studies. The unusual combination led to an ease of expression through technology as well as a special take on visual metaphors.
This unique 34 inch high by 46 inch wide horizontal monochrome artwork is an invention of photography with the use of 23K gold leaf and acrylic. This artwork is signed by the artist on the front. This artwork is framed in a natural wood frame on Passepartout and museum glass. Size and price include frame. Free local Los Angeles delivery. Affordable Continental US and worldwide shipping. A certificate of authenticity issued by the art gallery is included.
Dumitriu's elected themes investigate perception mechanisms, digital dimensions and technologies, media and broadcasting issues, surveillance society and society paradigm shifts generated from new technologies. The artist is on an avid quest to understand how meaning is created through interaction, how the translation of actions through different media transforms the meaning itself. Perceptions, both internal and of the worlds, are recreated in each work to break the bias that the media creates. Her works are exhibited in the United States of America, The Netherlands, Canada, Italy, Romania, Israel, and Denmark.