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Mirage Bureau (Brazil)

1. Who is your favorite Artist? (Art, books, games, etc.)

Although I deeply enjoy reading Lacan for his insights into the human psyche, I find myself at the same time entertained by Stephen King's horror stories, as well as texts on astronomy and quantum physics.

2. What was your personal motivation to work on art?

I've always felt a need to express my particular universe. It's like an incessant search to connect with others who share a similar universe or are intrigued by the same cosmos I glimpse.

3. What is the important part you would like to talk about through art work?

I seek at the same time to explore layers of human emotions, question the limits of our language, and establish criticisms of society beyond questioning the understanding of death. Often revealing the beauty in our vulnerabilities and the strength in our fears.

4. Tell us about your worldview to understand your work, and what methodology do you
use to capture it in your art?

I believe that art has the power to transcend boundaries, connecting us on a universal level. I think the creative process to capture the essence I seek is very particular, it's something that has been growing since the moment I became aware of my own creative processes. For me, it works like a conversation, regardless of the medium I'm working in or the tools I'm using, what changes is the time of settling and the maturation of a work. For example, this conversation I refer to starts with a color palette and some initial brush strokes on a blank canvas while issues/anguishes/ideas that surround my mind at that moment begin to become more constant than others. After a certain period, the brush strokes have matured and the palette has strengthened, and at the same time, the ideas also begin to find a definition for the work that is emerging. It's a simultaneous conversation between physical and mental, visual and abstract versus time. With digital works and artificial intelligence, it's the same thing.
5. Your work seems to test human fears and talk about the aesthetics within them, can you talk more about what you want to show through AI in your work?

Often, the final result of my works involving AI end up bringing aesthetic solutions that work as a counterpoint to what is being shown or suggested in the work. I like it when I hear from someone saying "It's beautiful, but it's horrible." At that moment, I realize that I managed to make the person feel attracted to something that naturally she might have repulsion towards. It's the beginning of a questioning she can start to develop.

6. Why did you start NFT ART?  

After some friends got to know my work within the AI community better, some asked me if I wanted to sell NFTs. I had never thought about it and started to learn more, and I am loving being part of it. Especially now after the invitation from Alejandro Cartagena to participate in the Daily program of the Fellowship where I am alongside many artists I admire a lot.

7. What do you think is the role of an artist today?

The role of the artist is to remind us who we are and who we can be by revealing through work something that we already know and identify with but often do not remember or see, through a very particular universe of the artist or sometimes in a world very similar to ours.

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