Size: 31.5"W x 31.5"H x 0.04"D
Year Created: 2015
'Model B' from "Impeller" series (medium size).
80cm x 80cm, from limited edition of 5 + 2AP
31.5 x 31.5 inch
Limited to an edition of 15 prints, regardless of the size
Also available as:
*small size - 57cm x 57cm - edition of 7
*large size - 108cm x 108cm - edition of 3
*if you need different size than the ones listed above, please contact me. It can be made available
"The correlation and interaction between a human and a machine, our dependency about technology….and then about automatic mode in which we function. The impact machines are having on our lives is astonishing, on our behaviour, relations towards every aspect of our life. Just when we compare our lives twenty years ago to where we are today and to changes that resulted…the way of gathering information and knowledge, everyday tasks, overcoming distance, about creating contacts, and maintaining relationships with our surroundings are completely different.
What machines cannot help us with…is a complicated asset a human has and that are emotions, thoughts and often the inability to control feelings. Artificial intelligence is much discussed and whether machines are becoming more human…it is the question are humans becoming more like machines.."
Each print is signed, numbered, and accompanied with a signed Certificate of Authenticity and serial number, using secure holographic identification. Prints are sent unframed.
Limited Edition artworks are available as museum-quality, archival pigment prints, professionally printed Hahnemühle acid free paper with 2cm white border.
During the proofing process Nikolina works closely with her printer to produce colours and finishes for every artwork, with attention to crisp details of the print. Each print is carefully inspected before final dispatching.
All quoted dimensions represent the actual printed image size, not the paper size.
Please enquire with artist for any works not seen in gallery
Full series at http:/www.nikolinapetolas.com
Nikolina is a visual artist from Zagreb, Croatia. She works in various techniques, such as photo collage, oils and acrylics. In her metaphorical presentations, from multiple personalities, dreamlike landscapes to strange and dark characters, creatures and environments, she uses the observation of inner conflicts and questions that arise from them, as a dreamy and vivid example to show complex human emotions and drives as well as her subjective personal experience of the world. Nikolina's work has gained awards and recognitions and has been shown in numerous international exhibitions and several art projects. Her work is included in the largest exhibition of surrealist art in the world "International Surrealism Now" and is also represented in the prestige "Lexikon der Phantastischen Künstler" by Gerhard Habarta.