SEGLER, from the series: HASHLIFE_ODDITY, 2021
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Christian Murzek studied philosophy at the University of Vienna, and graduated from the Akademie der bildenden Künste (Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna) in 2017. Christian Murzek focuses on the interface of digital and analogue processes, where codes and algorithms serve as the starting points of his artistic expressions and are then transformed into prints, paintings, drawings and sculptures. Murzek’s work reflects the use of digital processes that have been integrated in today’s society such as algorithms, binary codes, AI, big data, and software. His work aims to reconquer digital processes by using them in a controlled manner, achieving an analogue transformation in painting, printed graphic work and sculpture. The computer-generated outputs from a cornucopia of calculation processes are transferred and developed as an instrument for Murzek’s design vocabulary.