Inspired by the constant state of flux and transformations within nature, Frank Bueltge has created his latest masterpiece – “Metamorphosis.” This contemporary artwork is a large installation, filled with vibrant colors and textures that evoke the feeling of constant movement and change. The inspiration behind this piece comes from Bueltge’s deep fascination with the constantly evolving world around us.
As one approaches the installation, they are immediately immersed in what feels like an organic, breathing organism. The walls are adorned with hundreds of colorful, fluid cells, each one morphing and changing into different shapes and forms. Music fills the room, with sounds of nature intermingling with electronic beats, further amplifying the feeling of constant flux and metamorphosis.
Drawing inspiration from Buddhist philosophy, “Metamorphosis” is a meditation on the impermanence of all things. Bueltge encourages the viewer to let go of their attachment to the past, embrace change, and to remain present in their experience. This installation is a celebration of the ever-evolving universe and serves as a reminder that everything is in a state of constant metamorphosis.
“Metamorphosis” by Frank Bueltge has been released today at the MOMA in New York City. Bueltge, known for his use of large language models is experimenting with neural networks and big data in his latest works. Interested in more artworks by Bueltge? Check out his previous masterpiece, “Exploring the Dimensions of Disorder: Chaos Unleashed” here.