Todays landscape is being changed through the intervention of new technologies. Entire groups of people living in city centers are accessing virtual space on a daily basis to obtain information that will assist their lives. This installation uses ceramic pillars and objects to build a landscape that is split between two realities. The result is the creation of a new piece; half of which is real, and half of which is not.
Damian is a Sculptor and Installation Artist in the Northern Virginia Area that has been working professionally for over ten years. He moved to the Washington area in 2008 in order to pursue education and exhibiting opportunities on the east coast, while continuing to build his portfolio. He currently works out of his house where he has his studio, is an Adjunct Professor of Art at the George Washington University, and is involved in other studio programs and arts organizations in the area as well.