EYE am Space - Venus
Viktoria Kova is a video artist based in Amsterdam (NL). She sees video art as a potential transformational tool. Since 2015 Kova is researching the impact of videos, colours, sound, vibrations, and experiences with the purpose of instant positive impact on the viewer to awake one's intuition. Kova’s videos, monumental projections (video mapping), video installations and guided ontological experiences are in private and corporate art collections in The Netherlands, Russia, USA, Lebanon, China, and the United Arab Emirates; and in ALBA Museum of Beirut, Lebanon. Astounded by beauty and diversity of human iris Viktoria creates 'The LAND of the I' series of video canvases featuring enlarged irises. The series contributes to the contemporary notion of art being a benefactor to health and environment, and to the positive message of interconnectivity between all people, nature and cosmos.
Viktoria Kova is a video artist based in Amsterdam (NL). She sees video art as a potential transformational tool. Since 2015 Kova is researching the impact of videos, colours, sound, vibrations, a READ MORE
Artist: Viktoria Kova Medium: full HD video & audio (1920×1080), 0:21min. loop; 51,2 MB Series: The LAND of the I Mothervideo: EYE am Space Year: 2022 Limited edition of 10 + 2 AP Viktoria views the celestial cycles as a manifestation of divine communion. In this video the Earth is symbolically encircled by the human iris. The message of 'EYE am Space' is the urgency of the alignment with the new frequencies of our planet, due to the law of evolution: if species do not adapt, they may become extinct. For this reason, raising our vibrations, matching them with the flow of Mother Nature feels like the direction to follow. 'EYE am Space' is created to relax and comfort body and mind. Sound plays rather an important role in Kova's work, as it is an information transmitter and, also, a medicine. EYE am Space is tuned to 432 Hertz frequency and higher, because it’s believed to have a positive effect on body and mind. On top of it the artist layers the sonificated sound of Venus that was recorded in space (courtesy of NASA).
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