DARCY GERBARG: THE NEW GENERATION OF 3DVR ART
Art Market|Issue #53 November 2020
Gerbarg's unique artworks are developed from cropped images taken from her 3DVR colored light sculptures, with a virtual camera, in a virtual world. The color' brush' strokes 'painted' with colored light in the virtual world (3DVR), and the entire process, exclusive of the artist's physical abstract expressionist stroke-making gestures, is digital.
I straddle two worlds: the Art World and the Computer World. My work is a record of my digital technology use for making Art as the technology developed.

I am fascinated by visual complexity that incorporates real and virtual objects, captured as a painting in a 2D picture plane or experienced in a fully immersive 3DVR world.

While my images, may at first appear to have elements reminiscent of a traditional, abstracted still-life or landscape painting, further study reveals unexpected visual turns. The paintings have a new pallet and fill the space in a new, complex way, resulting in an updated esthetic, markers of-our-time.

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