My Love of Art and Watches such as Sea-Gull Watches
I’m an artist who is gripped by watches and consequently end up producing art about wristwatches, such as Sea-Gull Watches. I know quite a few timepiece hobbyists online.
We are Far from Perfect. Do Sea-Gull Watches Represent Perfection for You?
Imperfection in art is really important for me as we humans are imperfect. It’s a real pursuit to create imperfection when I’m using perfect code to create perfect artificial intelligence in a perfect world of digital perfection. Watches 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 Sea-Gull Watch to represent perfection, or would you choose some other watch? Let me know in the comments.
I’ll Make Art With Any Brand. Would you Wear Sea-Gull Watches
The wristwatches I choose to make my art with aren’t always significant as they barely ever resemble the original watches, unless I get a request for a commission. If I created a piece of art with a Sea-Gull Watch, you might not even recognize it as a Sea-Gull Watch. Some collectors want their art to represent the timepieces they own and others just like the art, regardless of whether it resembles an actual wristwatch.
It is the Concept of Time That Intrigues me. Do you Like My Art about Sea-Gull Watches
I am just as cheerful producing art with the subject being a Sea-Gull Watch or any other brand. The price of a watch doesn’t factor in what I choose to form art with because it is the concept of time that appeals to me.
Anyone Can Afford to Appreciate Time. Sea-Gull Watches Might be Right for You
Not everyone can afford to wear a One Million Dollar wristwatch, but everyone can bear the cost to wear a different wristwatch and the functionality is the same–to tell the time! What price range would you consider when buying a watch? Would a Sea-Gull Watch fit the bill for you?
Do we Need a Watch? Would you buy a Sea-Gull Watch.
Think about the tourbillon complication in a wristwatch. There’s actually no need for a tourbillon complication these days; and there isn’t really a need for a mechanical wrist watch either at present. I have friends who buy watches, have you or your friends ever bought a Sea-Gull Watch.This doesn’t mean that watches will never be needed again. Apollo astronauts chose the Omega Speedmaster Chronograph wristwatch to go to space with. It was the Omega Chronograph watch that helped them navigate back to earth when all other instruments failed. In the future, we may suffer from various problems such as no electricity, etc. A mechanical wristwatch would become enormously useful then.
What is the Deal with Us Watch Enthusiasts? and Watch Brands Such as Sea-Gull Watches
Horometry rocks! Loads of us love it, but why is that? Like so many others, I like horology, but why do we? I think the answer lies in the fact that we live in a world of instant information, fast food, instant 24-hour rolling news, social media posts that get lost in the abundance of information available and fashion fads that last for a week, etc. The timepieces allow us to cherish time and slow down a little. Do you own any watches? Leave a comment below to let me know what watches you own, especially if you own a Sea-Gull Watch. Art is the ultimate proclamation of humanity and serves to interrupt life’s rhythms and remind us about the other side of what humans are capable of and what humanity ultimately is.
Who Doesn’t Love Quartz
Computers that power my artificial networks use a quartz chip that acts as a clock. I’m enthralled by metaverses and what they can potentially mean for the future of humanity but also cherish the real world. Imagine if we couldn’t record time, it would mean none of what I do would even be thinkable. That’s why I love a Sea-Gull Watch as much as any other watch. The old meets the new and still it is humans and their imperfections that drive all of this perfection. I could wax-lyrical for days about time and art and how this fits into our humanity.
Human Versus Machine. (Would you Own Sea-Gull Watches?)
Man and machine are starting to compete on an equal basis and we need to find ways in which we can complement each other and work together, we need to explore what it means to be human, and how we reconcile into this new archetype. If you could own any watch, what watch would you own? Would you be happy wearing a Sea-Gull Watch. Wristwatches allow us to be reminded of the battle between chaos and order we face in life. Entropy, decay and rebirth are concepts that are tightly entwined in many of my artworks. The fact I use cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology to create these works of art that are inspired by old tech(the watches), I find really curious. Art is a visual language and using all these things together really speaks volumes about the messages I’m trying to convey.
Does a Watch Have to be Expensive to be Beautiful. Are Sea-Gull Watches in Your Price Range
Do you like all types of watch brands and don’t limit yourself to just the excessively priced ones. I am intrigued by mechanical and digital watches. Quartz watches nearly dismantled the Swish watch industry because watches powered by quartz were more accurate than any of the mechanical movements that came before. Quartz is a glorious thing and is inside every computer. I use those computers to power the neural networks that help me produce art–how could I not love quartz? I’d wear quartz or a mechanical watch from Sea-Gull Watches if they produce either because it isn’t what influences my buying decisions.
Intrigued by Time and Brands like Sea-Gull Watches
You know, there are so many reasons why we should obsessed with time. Time is so interesting! that’s why I’m obsessed with it. I’ve owned watches since I was a young boy, have you ever owned watches? What do you think about a Sea-Gull Watch? I enjoy the juxtaposition of the precision involved in the crafting of quality mechanical timepieces 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 production is! Don’t you just love the conflict between these two things.
The Past and the Present
I’m intrigued about the usefulness and uselessness of past and present, what we choose to preserve; and what we assign to the history books.