Pencil on paper translated into 3D by technology developed by Daniil Frants
Not a sketch, painted canvas, nor a performance PATTERNS OF THE MIND is a hybrid between graphics, easel painting and action in the spirit of Abstract Expressionism or Late Surrealism. Drawn live by Ivan Govorkov in the exhibition space, viewers experience the composition alongside the artist as it comes from hand in 2D and is translated into 3D by accomplished technology teen wonder Daniil Frants.
Interview with artists on BBC Click (Broadcast Tuesday, Jun 23, 2015)
PATTERNS OF THE MIND live drawing at Sky Gallery 2 of Roppongi Hills Tokyo, 2014 – Read More
PATTERNS OF THE MIND at the opening of ON MY WAY exhibition parallel to Venice’s 56th International Art Exhibition – Read More
PATTERNS OF THE MIND at the Youth Educational Center of the State Hermitage – Read More
Artist. Born in 1949 in Leningrad, USSR. Graduated from the Ilya Repin State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture (Leningrad, USSR). Works in the fields of philosophy, psychology, painting, drawing, sculpture and installations. Professor of drawing at the Ilya Repin Institute. Recipient of Sergey Kuryokhin Award (Russia, 2012) as “Best Work of Visual Art” (together with Elena Gubanova). His works were exhibited at major Russian and foreign venues, including the Hermitage Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia), Russian Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia), Museum of Moscow (Moscow, Russia), Chelsea Art Museum (New York, USA), Kunstquartier Bethanien (Berlin, Germany), Sky Gallery 2 (Tokyo, Japan). Participant of the Manifesta 10 parallel program (St. Petersburg, Russia, 2014) and several exhibitions parallel to Venice Biennale (biannually since 2011). Since 1990, he has been working in collaboration with Elena Gubanova. Lives and works in St. Petersburg, Russia.