QRt (QR/Art) is how I describe the fine art form which transforms something mundane from our digital culture (QR codes), into mixed-media artwork. Since 2017, QRt is the medium through which I share perceptions, experiences, feelings, stories and emotions, with others.
By scanning the codes embedded in the artwork, I want to guide people into a more experiential world, while aesthetically and sensorially enveloping them.
Later in 2019, I introduced the Tilakka concept as an “experience label or code”, for makers to connect with their fans in more engaging and unique ways, augmenting the existing experience (vs. redirecting the attention).
For a better experience, download the Tilakka App (includes text reader and mp3 player)
FEATURED: Pin-Up Girls, in collaboration with photographer Valery Rizzo.
Some of my work involves the participation of other artists, such as Brooklyn-based photographer Valery Rizzo (Coney Island Stories, i.e. Pin Up Girls), singer Antonio Puerto (the Andalusian voice of the “Arctic Cry (Soleá)“) and Cuban-born composer and jazz pianist Omar Sosa (i.e. The Passage).
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in exhibiting my work, collaborating or acquiring work for your home, office, building or special space or event.
I also create by project/request for brands, spaces and experience-thirsty occasions.