Artwork Commission for Dolby Gallery


Duality - A Dolby Art Series Commission

Artwork Commission for Dolby Gallery

Duality: Symbiotic Systems

The artwork Duality was commissioned by Dolby Art Series. The Dolby Art Series is a collaboration with 22 international artists and design studios. Each artwork is inspired by the two half circles of Dolby's iconic logo mark.

'Duality' explores Creative Director, Nawratil's interest in simulating natural systems in digital form. Using a procedural workflow allowed him to illustrate the inner workings of nature and create a beautiful symbiosis of brightly colored sculpted particles. Final artwork submission was a 60"x 60" high resolution rendering. At the closing of the series, the piece was reproduced and exhibited in a collective gallery show at San Francisco Design Week .

The process

Most of Narwratil's art works are an exploration into our natural world that are in turn, translated into new expressions whether in digital art, fine art or physical forms. Translating these explorations into a unique aesthetic is made possible by using different types of technologies. The simulation for Duality generated an image that looks like it is in constant movement.

Nature, digitalized

"There’s something so satisfying in seeing algorithmic generated fluid simulations, naturally flowing behavior that is not constrained but in a sense “free” to express. It is very inspirational and often reminds me of science and nature, and when I’m out there in nature exploring. The attributes of each element react differently to one another creating one of a kind composition during the computation process," Kamil Nawratil, Creative Director of Volvox Labs.

A collaboration with 22 international artists and design studios

Honored to be featured alongside acclaimed artist like GMUNK, ManVsMachine, Onformative, Field and among others.

Shared and loved by the innovation community

The Dolby Art is shared with like-minded innovation hubs all over America. Follow the links to read more about the events and places it has been shown.

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