Vince Fraser

Infinite loops : Navigating the Labyrinth of Ai’s current reality
September 2023

In the current world of AI, time unfurls its wings in a frenetic dance, each second pregnant with innovation and transformation. The relentless cadence of progress propels us forward, where days blur into mere moments, and months yield revelations that once spanned centuries. In this accelerated chronicle, the dawn of a new era occurs with each algorithmic heartbeat. Concepts are born, nurtured, and matured in a matter of fleeting thought cycles. The very pace of existence seems to mirror the exponential growth of computational power, propelling us into a future that beckons us to keep pace or risk becoming echoes in its slipstream. As we ride this rapid current, we must seize the fleeting moments, for opportunities are as transient as digital whispers. The old adage "time is of the essence" takes on a new meaning, for here, time is the essence—a volatile currency exchanged for unprecedented leaps in understanding and capability.

I love creating fantasy worlds and abstract characters in surreal settings. — Vince Fraser.

This artwork is curated and part of the Digerati Emergent Media Festival - Welcome to the Here and Now 2023

About the Artist

Having worked in the creative industry for over twenty plus years, London-born Vince has finally come full circle from initially working as an Interior Designer, through to professional digital illustrator and finally Multi-disciplinary artist. The progression from design to art was a natural one, and his work has continued to evolve and sees himself as a New Breed of Artist in the Digital Age, combining a variety of skills including Film and Motion. With a keen eye for detail, he is always experimenting in a playful way whilst pushing the boundaries from a visual aspect. Bridging the gap between Fantasy and Reality, Vince’s mission is to inspire, educate and empower positive images of the African diaspora. Previous clients include Nike, Adobe and MTV just to name a few, whilst gaining the attention of various musicians including Erykah Badu, Black Coffee, Usher and Outkast. In 2021, he teamed up with Artechouse and created an immersive and interactive exhibition called "Aṣẹ: Afro Frequencies”, which celebrates the black experience and has since become a traveling exhibit touring Miami, Las Vegas and Washington DC. He is currently exhibiting as part of a group show called “Objects of Desire” at the London Design Museum alongside world-renowned artworks from Surrealist pioneers such as Salvador Dalí, Dora Maar, Man Ray, Leonora Carrington and Lee Miller, through to contemporary artists and designs, such as Schiaparelli, Dior and Björk.