by Angela Sofo in New Art on Tuesday 2 July 2013

Polish-born, digital/visual artist Adam Martinakis explores the concept of universal human experience, combining aspects of photorealism and surrealism through his computer-generated artworks. Almost all of his work has a sort of futuristic anxiety, a ‘mixture of post-fantasy futurism and abstract symbolism’, as he says.

Martinakis is interested in the common feelings and situations that we all go through. Sadness and love, for example, feelings that change and move us strongly. He uses 3D technology to recreate new possibilities of perception of our environment and get closer to other dimensions.