About this Artwork - Kenneth Pils' images are based on randomly selected images taken from the internet, art history and movies. He processes the material digitally into collage and uses the result as a visual start in his painting practice. The method makes it possible to go beyond biographical references and get in touch with new, unknown image worlds. The physical materials, the presence in the work and attention to what is happening in the moment transform the seemingly arbitrary material into fascinating and independent works. As a consequence, questions are raised about the role of the image in a world of image abundance, transformations and mutations, artistic intent and the viewers interpretation. With the ability to distribute images online, billions of images are constantly generated. This overload is distracting and makes it very difficult to create an image that evokes something genuine and interesting enough to catch our attention. One of Pils' driving forces in his work is to get fresh and newborn views on worn-out pictures and thereby save them from oblivion. | About the Artist - Kenneth Pils is a Swedish artist, born 1964 in Huskvarna, Sweden. Although rooted in painting his works are placed in a borderland where painting merges with other fields. By using traditional hands-on material (such as paint or charcoal) in combination with digital image processing and randomizing methods he questions intentionality and interpretation. The work of art should release that which cannot be anticipated. | Copyright - Collectors receive a cryptographic token representing the Creator's Digital Artwork ownership that can be bought and sold as a piece of property, however, collectors do not have legal ownership, right, or title to any copyrights, and other intellectual property rights to the Digital Artwork. © Kenneth Pils | Digital Image: High resolution. Format: PNG. Size: 3500 × 2467 px.