I am a painter, printmaker and performance artist whose artistic pathway has started with realism. However, in 15 years, it went in the radically opposite direction and brought me to abstract expressionism. I was exploring the paint fluidity when the idea of creating a spin machine came to my mind. Using a simple rotary tool, I started to create rotary action spin paintings.
This process interested me greatly. There were several reasons for this. Firstly, the spontaneous flow of paints. As a result, the finished painting cannot be repeated and cannot be painted manually. Secondly, this process raised many
philosophical questions about understanding what art is, in general, its creator’s role and the connection between technology and the artist.