With the increasing use of technology in today’s creative processes, Nathan Khan's work seeks to dive into the possibilities they possess. Alternatively Kahn believes it very important not to lose the real human touch of producing art. The traditional methods use tangible materials, with a feel of real brush strokes and the depth, are characteristics digital methods can’t replicate.
New software is continually coming to the market, bringing great opportunity in producing strong pieces of digital art and visual effects. With ongoing developments, it’s an area of creative expression we cannot ignore, as potential capabilities are endless.
Evoism seeks to create a balance of both technological and traditions methods of art, and considers both genres as important as the other.
Khan seeks to balance the use of oil paints with custom computer graphic imagery, using 3D applications. Additionally, he looks to expand this further by incorporating handmade sculpture techniques with the uses of rapid prototyping, promoting the direction of Evoism.
May 2009 THE BRICKLANE GALLERY, LONDON, Art in Mind, Group Show
September 2009 DEGREE ART, LONDON, A Crash Course in Fantasy, Group Show
September 2009, MASTERS OF TODAY, Creative Genius, Publication
June 2011, MASTERS OF TODAY, Art Connoisseurs, Publication