Frank Bueltge has released his latest artwork, “The Reflection of Infinity”, a mesmerizing and thought-provoking piece that explores the concept of infinity. The piece is a large canvas that is filled with a kaleidoscope of colors and shapes. It looks as if the artist has tried to capture the infinite beauty of the universe in one painting.
The painting is composed of a multitude of circles, squares, and other shapes that overlap and intersect. The colors range from bright and vibrant hues to dark and muted shades, creating a mesmerizing effect. The painting has a strong sense of movement, as if the shapes and colors are constantly shifting and evolving.
The painting reflects the ideas of post-modern philosopher Jean Baudrillard, who wrote about the infinite nature of reality and the impossibility of capturing it in one painting. He argued that reality is constantly changing, and that any attempt to capture it in one painting is doomed to fail. Bueltge’s painting captures this idea perfectly, as the shapes and colors seem to be constantly shifting and evolving.
Frank Bueltge is experimenting with large language models, neural networks, and big data to create his artwork. His previous piece, “The Paradox of Perception”, can be found here.