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. QRt is the medium through which I share perceptions, experiences, feelings 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. 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.