Balla, Giacomo: Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash | 29" x 40" | Archival Inkjet Print | 2005
Kandinsky, Wassily: Composition No. VII, 1913 | 29" x 40" | Archival Inkjet Print | 2005
Mondrian, Piet: Composition in Line & Color | 29" x 40" | Archival Inkjet Print | 2005
Picasso, Pablo: Guernica | 44" x 31" | Archival Inkjet Print | 2006
Adams, Ansel: Nevada Falls | 17" x 11" | Serigraph | 2005
Kandinsky, Wassily: Klange | 15" x 15" | Lithograph | 2006
daVinci, Leonardo: Study of the proportion of a Human Head | 14" x 11" | Lithograph | 2005
Klee, Paul: Captive | 21" x 17.5" | Lithograph | 2006
Klee, Paul, Dreamcity | 17.5" x 11.3" | Lithograph | 2006
Code analysis of Leonardo's study of the proportion of human head | 11" x 14" | Archival Inkjet Print | 2006
Pollock, Jackson: She Wolf | 10.5" x 17" | Archival Inkjet Print | 2008
Picasso, Pablo: Ma Jolie | 44" x 31" | Archival Inkjet Print | 2005
Rothko, Mark: Composition in Yellow & Red | 18" x 18" | Serigraph | 2005
Picasso, Pablo: Weeping Woman | 11" x 14" | Lithograph | 2006
Pollock, Jackson: Male & Female | 14" x 11" | Archival Inkjet Print | 2008
Arva: A Moon's Horse | 6.5" x 9.8" | Archival Inkjet Print | 2008
Kalpa Vriksha: The Wishing Tree | 6.5" x 9.8" | Lithograph | 2008
La Minotauromachie | 8" x 10" | Intaglio | 2010
The West Pediment of the Parthenon: Destroyed by Turks in 1637 | 15" x 22" | Lithograph | 2010
Remains of 27 Hindu and Jain Temples destroyed to build the first Islamic Minaret in India, Pre 12th | 22” x 26” | Lithograph | 2012
Picasso, Pablo: Les Demoiselles d'Avignon | 20" x 18" | Lithograph | 2011
boccionni, umberto, still life drawing on paper | 30” x 22” | lithograph | 2013
Picasso, Pablo, Girl in a Chair | 22" x 15" | Lithograph | 2010
The West Pediment of the Parthenon Destroyed by Turks in 1637 | 16" x 20" | Lithograph | 2011
Beheaded Sculpture after looting of Iraq Museum, Baghdad, April 2003 | 22” x 17” | Archival Inkjet Print on KimojetSilkjet Film SC4 on Epson 4900 using Epson UltraChrome HDR inks, Speedball White Screen Ink, Label and Toner Print | 2012
Boccioni, Umberto: Charge of the Lancers, 1915 | 16" x 20" | Lithograph | 2011
Artist Statement






"Anybody who isn’t scared just thinking about what’s happening?"

- Richard R. Rowe

While the new digital technology revolutionizes every aspect of the society, it leads us into a world which is often defined as a “Post - ” society: Post - Historic, Post - Religious, Post - Civilized, Post - Industrial, Post - Capitalist and Post - Modern.

Some claim that we are experiencing a new society, variedly known as an information society, knowledge society, cyber & virtual society; with extreme emphasis on constant, rapid and invisible change. This is the society where people are beyond the hold of the past, worried about the present and terrified about the future.

My works are based on the analysis of this random transformation, which the virtual world constantly goes through, referring to the “Age of the New Digital World”. But the new age here refers not to the new era, but literally to the “Age” of the data itself.

After extensive research and discussions with numerous scientists and engineers, these works were created while working on codes at the binary level, behind the façade of the image interface itself.

The information stored in the magnetic and optical devices was thus manipulated, sometimes changing just one bit. This change – mostly random, destroyed and reconstructed, broke & distorted the data imitating the unpredictability and change that it would undergo – with disaster or age.