Visual Art by Roy Nachum

Roy Nachum is a multimedia artist who lives and works in New York and Italy. He is experimenting in his works different conceptual techniques. He creates immersive and interactive paintings, installations and sculptures. His paintings are large scale representation of big animals like gorillas, rhinoceros and elephants. A relevant subject which is recurrent in many of his works is a child. The child has a gold crown on his eyes. This aesthetic element is linked with the Braille text in relief which gives an autonomous and original dimension to the painting. The human contact is crucial in Nachum artistic vision as he encourage blind people to take part into the creation of the artwork by touching and directly interacting with it. The visual perception plays a fundamental role for the artist, a sort of documentary of human contact.

All images: Roy Nachum