New Media

To the Reader,

Digital Print-(1)

Nilotpal Sinha Red corridor & green dialog Digital print 2013

Nilotpal Sinha     Red corridor & green dialog     Digital print     size-variable    2013

Computer Simulation

Artists are not free from all social hazards at all!

This is to me important as because of hi-end technological explosions moderate a social change; mechanized, automated faster lifestyle neither provokes me to get an entry into the old concept nor in conventional ideas. It’s no matter of use oil or acrylic, the treatment or imageries that could define objectivity, a modernist approach, not very essential in respect of today’s visual statements given by the artists. Therefore, he/she may then argue in favor of searching a new language, new avenues to express paradoxically the contemporary visual words.  Contextually I use the popular media deliberately, functioning industry related necessity, this is not specific to relate Kitsch as a part of visual culture, but almost I agree to relate it to the point of social history of marginality and obviously the marginal peoples’ hidden visual statements which are deeply integrated and rooted into the social dialoging on different issues of power, power structure and power politics.

I start to produce the artwork through a computer simulation method. In relation to that point I think to process all past incidences whenever it is required for making an artwork as like as found natural or human made object that we normally discard as garbage of insignificant materials preserved for the time being. No doubt this was the thing that we need once for our journey in social lifestyle, after rejection, it is disposed naturally or recycled or converted to another object. Similarly, I do not need to preserve my all old works that I did so many long years back for sharing message to the viewers, after all that were an event to complete the cycle and the purpose of the art production. The destroyed, fragmented materials then are re-implemented on the painting surface to signify new designated visual arrangements in art practice. Since that kind of real life happening could never let it come back again to the original art object when I destroy it as garbage, there is a reason that I start to build artwork through a computer simulation method that is fundamentally a technological assistance to experiment more, as a result for viewing a newer version.

I use the economic popular media to project my digitally processed imageries, a contextual visual statement in a larger scale that is needed to focus the necessity of publishing the content effectively. I am savvy to generate more economic art product achieving an unleashed technological skill and facility that stands beyond the unnecessary use of human skill or failure happened by normal human error where the digital file is ultimately a key source.

In urban area popular media is aggressively used for advertising the whereabouts of the branded product, the image clarity of the product shows a significant, sophisticated and attractive refined features so that viewers can get an impression on his mind, as if, essentially that represents a showcase of originals. The products are preserved in warehouse or in shop for sale but media helps viewer to locate it; here is an paradoxical relationship, similarly in case of my conception with a little bit of difference the digital files are stored in an artificial memory for printing multiple copies that are ready as productions for sale.

About নীলসীন neelseen

নীলোৎপল সিংহ ( জন্ম.১৯৬০ ) কলকাতায় (ক্যালকাটা, ভারত ) বসবাস করেন। একজন কলকাতাবাসী শিল্পী হিসাবে তিনি দীর্ঘ ত্রিশবছর ব্যাপী চিত্রকলা ও নিউ মিডিয়া প্রকল্প চর্চার সঙ্গে যুক্ত আছেন। Nilotpal Sinha ( b.1960 ) lives in Kolkata (Calcutta, India ), Being a Kolkata based artist he is engaged in painting and new media projects during last thirty years.
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1 Response to New Media

  1. Surajit Biswas says:

    HI, HOW ARE YOU…………..

    On Sat, Mar 25, 2017 at 3:31 PM, nilotpalsinhadotme wrote:

    > নীলসীন neelseen posted: “To the Reader, Digital Print-(1) Computer > Simulation Artists are not free from all social hazards at all! This is to > me important as because of hi-end technological explosions moderate a > social change; mechanized, automated faster lifestyle neither ” >

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