⊨ {{golem}} “x=y, x≠y”


Limited signed 17” x 22″ metallic fine art print from the Art Gate International 2021 Art Fair Exhibit: Atomic Pixels and the {{holy-ghost}}. Metallic, luster finish paper with UltraChrome HD exhibition-quality ink was chosen to create a link between the digital origins of the work and the physical artifact of the print.

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⊨ {{golem}} “x=y, x≠y” originated as a black and white photograph of a singular subject pointing up at a mathematical statement of symbolic logic. Inscribed across the subject’s forehead is the Hebrew word אֱמֶת or “truth,” the formula that breathes life into loam in Jewish lore. When אֱמֶת is carved into the skull of a loam figurine, it becomes an animated golem. The artist used the numeric value assigned to each Hebrew character to adjust the visual data of the image as sound with echoes and phasers. The aurally manipulated incantation was then re-inscribed in the image, vivifying the subject in technicolor motion.