Alum Mathew Zefeldt in “To Adjust the Default Settings”
Alum Mathew Zefeldt (MFA ‘11) has been included in “To Adjust the Default Settings: The Common Zone of Painting and Digitality-Influenced Imagery” written by Orsolya Lia Vető and published in Új Művészet (November 3, 2020).
In “To Adjust the Default Settings,” Vető discusses post-digital painting and the “entanglement of the analogue and the digital” that “sheds light on the delineated conventions of easel painting and the highly controlled visual logic of the digital sphere. The fault lines emerging between the different languages of post-digital painting preserve the present tense dilemmas of the artist navigating through virtual and physical environments.”
Read the entire article here.