I like to think through art.
I am interested in art and technology, cultural theory, post-humanism and the possibility of an 'Anthropononcentric' Art.
My work is about the evolution of consciousness - about hidden forces, the invisible, and the beyond. It is an enquiry into the evolution of self and society - not via anarchy, but more via the idea of the Anarch as espoused by the writer Ernst Jünger.
In direct contrast to the anarchist (who is tied in an epiphytic relationship with the very thing he claims to revolt against), Jünger's autonomous and inwardly-free Anarch is the very representation of freedom and self-realisation.The Anarch does not need to flee or fight, he is independent of society but also part of it, moving fluidly along what Jünger sees as a continuum between the anarchic and the socialized.
I also like to take existential adventures through the forest, and if I could, I would like to say to you Mr. Sol Lewitt, that maybe art is the machine that makes the idea rather than the other way around.
What others have said:
'What strikes me in Myvanwy's work is the direct study and practice with technology, an interest that was born at the beginning of her career as a visual artist (VJ), developed through intense experimentation with the relationship between sound and technology to create video images. Her focus is on collaborating with technology, conceiving the digital as a language that introduces different fruition parameters from traditional languages. Her inspiration from nature is evident, not by imitation but by evocation. An art non-anthropocentric, where human experience, technology and the natural world intertwine becoming the themes on which the aesthetics of the artist concentrate.'