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Roger's Irrational Ratios, 2013 Dye Sublimation Print on Aluminum 24" X 16" © 2013 Kevin Mack
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Mobius Ganesha, 2013 Dye Sublimation Print on Aluminum 24" X 18" © 2013 Kevin Mack
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Aboxa Holy Vessel, 2013 Dye Sublimation Print on Aluminum 24 © 2013 Kevin Mack
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Standing Mind Over Matter, 2012 Laser Sintered Nylon 3D Print 14" X 19" X 7" © 2012 Kevin Mack
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Totem To The Illusion of Things, 2012 Laser Sintered Nylon 3D Print 16" X 14 "x 6" © 2012 Kevin Mack
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Roger's Irrational Ratios, 2012 Laser Sintered Nylon 3D Print 11.8 Cm X 20.3 Cm X 11.7 Cm © 2012 Kevin Mack
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Mobius Ganesha, 2012 Laser Sintered Nylon 3D Print 13.1 Cm X 20.3 Cm X 14.4 Cm © 2012 Kevin Mack
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Martin's Modicum of Decorum, 2012 Laser Sintered Nylon 3D Print 13.4 Cm X 20.3 Cm X 15.8 Cm © 2012 Kevin Mack
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Frank's Flowing Self Awareness, 2012 Laser Sintered Nylon 3D Print 17.2 Cm X 20.4 Cm X 11.7 Cm © 2012 Kevin Mack
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Aboxa Holy Vessel, 2012 Laser Sintered Nylon 3D Print 11.8 Cm X 20.3 Cm X 11.7 Cm © 2012 Kevin Mack
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Structural Entanglement Paradox, 2011 Z-corp 3D Printed Sculpture 9" and 5" Tall © 2011 Kevin Mack
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Helical Happenstance, 2010 Nylon 3D Print of Digital Sculpture 8" and 18" Tall © 2010 Kevin Mack
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Polyencephalic Monoamalgamation, 2011 Laser Sintered Nylon 3D Print 9.5 © 2011 Kevin Mack
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Finned Blob Carl, 2010 Laser Sintered Nylon 3D Print 10" X 9" X 9" and 3.6" X 3.3" X 3.4" © 2010 Kevin Mack
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Mall Where, 2010 Digital Print Multiple Sizes © 2010 Kevin Mack
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The Riddle, 2010 Digital Print Multiple Sizes © 2010 Kevin Mack
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Mr. Crazy's Complex Agenda, 2007 Digital 40" X 60" © 2007 Kevin Mack
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Mercury's Teardrop, 2007 Digital 48" X 36" © 2007 Kevin Mack
Themirageofmeaning
The Mirage of Meaning, 2007 Digital 20" X 60" © 2007 Kevin Mack
Beyondthebrightlight
Beyond the Bright Light, 2007 Digital 40" X 30" © 2007 Kevin Mack
Divineinstruments
Divine Instruments of Technology, 2007 Digital 40" X 30" © 2007 Kevin Mack
Emergentfromvoid
Emergent from Void, 2007 Digital Print 36" X 60" © 2007 Kevin Mack
Godlovesamathjoke
God Loves a Math Joke, 2007 Digital 36" X 24" © 2007 Kevin Mack
Realitymachine
Reality Machine, 2007 Digital 36" X 24" © 2007 Kevin Mack
Selfandother
The Illusion of Self and Other, 2007 Digital 36" X 24" © 2007 Kevin Mack
Turtlesallthewaydown
Turtles all the way Down, 2007 Digital 48" X 20" © 2007 Kevin Mack
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Neurosymphonic Self Reflection, 2007 Digital 48" X 36" © 2007 Kevin Mack
Godandthedevil
God and the Devil Argue over the Details, 2007 Digital 36" X 60" © 2007 Kevin Mack
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Los Angeles
Lives in
Los Angeles
Representing galleries
www.Fabneo.com
Tags
3D-printing, abstract, sculpture, conceptual, realism, surrealism, digital
About Kevin Mack

Biography

Kevin Mack is a pioneering Digital Fine Artist and Academy Award winning Visual Effects Designer. He received the Oscar for his innovative work on the film "What Dreams May Come".

Mack began making fine art with computers in the mid-eighties. He helped pioneer the use of computer graphics for visual effects and became a creative leader in the development and application of digital art technology.
 
Among the first to exploit the unique capabilities of 3d printing, Mack produces unimaginable sculptural forms that cannot be achieved by any other means.
 
Mack's fine art practice explores philosophical, spiritual and scientific imponderables. His work is informed by research in a wide range of fields from neuroscience to quantum physics.
 
 
Statement

I utilize science and technology in an effort to create art that has never been seen before. I have an obsessive fascination with the visions, ideas and processes that inspire my work. The creation of vivid depictions and expressions of these imagined and emergent realities is my primary preoccupation in life.

I am focused on philosophical, scientific and spiritual imponderables. Digital technology enables me to dissolve traditional boundaries of medium, process, style and genre and create unimaginable new forms. My goal is to create compelling psychoactive objects and media that inspire contemplation and fascination. 

My images, sculptures and animations are created using a variety of digital tools. Digital painting and sculpting are incorporated with procedural techniques such as functional modeling and fluid dynamic simulation. Physically based rendering, which simulates the behavior of light, makes it possible for me to make virtual photography of my creations and discoveries. Selected images are printed on various media. 3d printing technology has enabled me to produce physical models of my virtual sculptures that could not be made any other way.

My process integrates intuition and intellect - deliberate design and random happenstance - realism and abstraction - humanity and technology - art and math - science and mysticism - philosophy and humor.