Sergio Albiac is anything but your traditional artist. Based in Barcelona, Spain, Albiac studied both computer engineering and art. All of his work is based on his viewpoint on the act of living. He merges science, technology and art to creating stunning visual experiences for his viewers.
Sergio Albiac’s latest piece is more political and cultural, as it takes up the view on the foundations of democracy against the resilient nature of structures of power. Labeled ‘Content is Queen,’ Albiac's work was created using a process called generative video painting. This process takes different video content and crops them into one active video sequence. The popularity of random internet videos is what fuels this unique and beautiful visualized art piece.
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