Articulation Magazine Cloud Sphere Series

Ostachowski, Martin Lukas, Cloud Sphere Series, Art/iculation Magazine. Montreal, QC, Fall Issue, November 2018: pp. 8, 9. ISSN: 2560-7022


Excerpt

Sofia Misenheimer, Editor-in-chief:

[…] But if art is healing, then healing is also an art. The works featured in this issue reflect broadly on the myriad paths to mental, emotional, and physical wellbeing. The goal of this issue is twofold: to remind you that you’re not alone in your struggles and to offer accessible ways to jumpstart your own path to healing through engagement with the arts. […]

The issue opens with a poetic reflection by street artist Sloast on her artistic practice, which centres on embracing vulnerability and helping others express themselves through art-making. Marcia Burnier describes the healing power of her personal writing process. A selection of photographs by Martin Lukas Ostachowski recreates the meditative experience of observing cloud formations. Racquel Griffith likens the mental and emotional release of writing poetry with the freeing and fluid movement of the ocean. Julie Boisvert explores the benefits of writing in relation to loneliness, self-understanding, and creativity […].

Featured Artworks

Tokenized Cloudsphere Four

Tokenized Cloud Sphere Four (ORD to MLI)
Digital Original
3,450 x 3,450 px / JPG
Limited Edition Print of 5
Archival print with augmented reality layer (view with Artivive app)
16 x 16 in. / 40.6 x 40.6 cm

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Tokenized Cloudsphere Nine

Tokenized Cloud Sphere Nine (DFW to EWR)
Digital Original
3,450 x 3,450 px / JPG
Limited Edition Print of 5
Archival print with augmented reality layer (view with Artivive app)
16 x 16 in. / 40.6 x 40.6 cm

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Tokenized Cloudsphere Ten

Tokenized Cloud Sphere Ten (ATL to YYZ)
Digital Original
3,450 x 3,450 px / JPG
Limited Edition Print of 5
Archival print with augmented reality layer (view with Artivive app)
16 x 16 in. / 40.6 x 40.6 cm

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Martin Lukas Ostachowski

Geometric abstraction artist based in Montreal, QC, Canada. I explore the blockchain through the subject of clouds in physical and digital mediums. » About Me

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