Andrew Herndon works with New Media to create the kind of art that you dream about – bright sharp bursts of colour that almost feel like a sensory overload.
The psychedelic artscapes skirt the edge of the unconscious mind and descend into pure fantasy.
This is art that sits in the middle of tangible and digital composition.
He like to create things that seem impossible to digitally make.
The viewer is forced to question not only it’s purpose but also its creation.
The collages create a sense of escape, of what it means to explore humanity’s final frontiers not only physically, but psychologically.
There’s a feeling of discovery that stays with you even after viewing his work.
It’s the slow awakening of curiosity that is so pervasive in each and every shot.
It’s what I imagine travelling through space looks like.
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