Why Art and Watches such as Citizen Watches
I love horometry and time is such an intriguing subject for me, so it is natural that my art subjects include many watches, such as Citizen Watches. I belong to many watch forums and enjoy mixing with people in those forums.
Does the Price of a Watch Matter. Are Citizen Watches in Your Price Range
A watch brand doesn’t have to be high-priced to appreciate it. I am interested in both mechanical and digital watches. Quartz was a modern-day miracle for watchmaking and nearly destroyed the Swish watch companies because they were so accurate. Quartz is in the computers which enables my artificial intelligence networks that I use to make art with. I’d wear quartz or a mechanical watch from Citizen Watches if they produce either because it isn’t what influences my buying decisions.
Time is Valuable. Do you Like My Art about Citizen Watches
I’m happy producing art using a Citizen Watch, or any other type of brand. I’m not overly interested in the price of a particular brand that I choose to produce art with, it’s the concept of time that really intrigues me.
Quartz! You Either Love It or Hate It
My neural networks use computers that use quartz crystals that function as a clock. I like to play around in metaverses and analyse future worlds, whilst remembering and cherishing our real world. Literally, none of this would be attainable without the concept and inventions of time-keeping. That’s why I love a Citizen Watch as much as any other watch. The old and new meet head on and still it is human imperfection that drives all of this perfection. I could go on and on about time and my passion around these subjects and what they say about humanity but I choose to create art and say it visually.
Will Machines Steal Your Lunch. (Would you Own Citizen Watches?)
Competition between man and machine is warming up and now is a fine time to explore and embrace what it means to be human. If you could own any watch, what watch would you own? Would you be happy wearing a Citizen Watch. Wristwatches remind us of this battle between chaos and order. Entropy, decay and rebirth are concepts that are tightly entwined in many of my artworks. The fact I use state-of-the-art artificial intelligence technology to produce these works of art that are inspired by old tech(the watches), I find really interesting. Art is a visual language and using all these things together really speaks volumes about the messages I’m trying to convey.
What Useless Things Will we Keep in the Future
I’m curious about the usefulness and uselessness of past and present, what we choose to keep; and what we assign to the history books.
Why are we so Excited byHorology and Watch Brands Such as Citizen Watches
Why do many of us like chronometry? We’re overloaded with information in this modern world. These watches are a great reminder of the need to slow down and cherish life. Do you own any watches? Leave a comment below to let me know what watches you own, especially if you own a Citizen Watch. Art is a way for humans to pronounce their humanity and helps us interrupt life’s rhythms and shows us what humans are capable of.
What is in a Name. Would you Wear Citizen Watches
The watches I choose to make my art with aren’t always significant as they barely ever look like the original watches, unless I get a request for a commission. If I created a piece of art with a Citizen Watch, you might not even recognize it as a Citizen Watch. Some collectors want their art to represent the timepieces they own and others just enjoy the art, regardless of whether it resembles an actual watch.
The Perfect Expression of Humanity is Imperfection. Do Citizen Watches Represent Perfection for You?
Imperfection in art is really important for me as we humans are imperfect. Imagine trying to create imperfect art in a world where everything I use is perfect! From the code that creates the neural networks to the perfectionism in a digital world and the temptation to create perfection, that’s the real challenge. Wristwatches really are perfection and so I find it a useful subject to express – through visual language – the battle between order and chaos that rages on. Do you consider a Citizen Watch to represent perfection, or would you choose some other watch? Let me know in the comments.
The Tourbillion Complication. Would you buy a Citizen Watch.
Tourbillon complications in watches are not a required feature and yet we keep them around. There is also no real need for a wristwatch when we all carry around mobile phones. I have friends who buy watches, have you or your friends ever bought a Citizen Watch.There may come a time when wristwatches are one of the only things we can rely on. The Omega Speedmaster Chronograph watch was the watch of choice for the Apollo astronauts. The Omega chronograph allowed the astronauts to return to earth safely when the technical equipment on board the Apollo spacecraft stopped working. Who knows what the future holds, we may not have the use of current technology due to a natural disaster like running out of electricity, or a nuclear fallout that ruins digital technology. A mechanical timepiece could become essential if that type of thing were to happen.
Gripped by Time and Brands like Citizen Watches
Time is a captivating subject. Are you interested in the concept of time? I know I am. I’ve owned watches since I was a young boy, have you ever owned watches? What do you think about a Citizen Watch? I love the juxtaposition of the precision involved in the crafting of quality mechanical watches and the precise nature of manufacturing of digital watches, against the chaotic freedom and human expressionism found in my art.Art isn’t a science, but watch manufacturing is! Don’t you just love the conflict between these two things.
Anyone Can Afford to Appreciate Time. Citizen Watches Might be Right for You
Anyone can afford a watch because they come in different price brackets. It doesn’t matter how much you layout, you can still start appreciating time and the invention of time keeping. What price range would you consider when buying a watch? Would a Citizen Watch fit the bill for you?