Imagine a vast space; immersive, abstract and unbound. The digital apeiron.
Within that space time is a concept only realised when an observer is introduced to form it from their own perspective.
Time in it’s chronos passes through them, but the meaning derived and the expanse of space connected to that time only manifests through the ephemeral moments, through the slices of reality we, humans, experience.
It is virtual, ethereal and ultimately conceptual
This is Kairochora.
Creating within the virtual leads the artist to explore new horizons of their umwelt, their inner mind.
The nature of the immersive, high focus environment propagates the shamanistic, the archetypal and ultimately the mythic understanding of the reality we try to recompose within the vast unbound apeiron of digital virtual canvass.
It also evokes play, which we as creators nurture, the child-like state of wonder and possibility through unrestrained creative flow. Between these two states an artist, playing with the form techne of Chorismos, explores the mythic hyle, forming it through their own anima into a aggregate of symbolism, conceptual culture and primordial homo-centric truth.
A world arises from the virtual. Seeded through the Chorismos it takes it’s own breath and forms through mythic creation of it’s own reality - heightening the verisimilitude of the anima mundi.
This world, in it’s complexity of form and motion, could only exist in a micro slice of spacetime, formed from the digital substratum and emerging from the virtual apeiron to take it’s energeia as the ergon, the completion, of the Ktisis.
To create a digital, technological mythos in the anima mundi of the virtual world, as a form of epic digital poetry in motion...