Jacek Doroszenko | Aesthetic Interface III | oil and acrylic on canvas | 150 x 300 cm
Oil & acrylic on canvas | ongoing
GUI – graphical user interface – often referred to as graphical environment, is a general term used to denote a method of presenting information by the computer and interaction with the user. A graphical environment is actually a group of cooperating programmes that enable us to perform basic operations on the computer (starting other programmes, browsing catalogues, adjusting settings etc.) in graphical mode. The painting series reveals a path that software designers may follow in creating GUIs. A tangle of information would take the form of a structurally cohesive work of art. Interference into a portion of it would rearrange the remaining intact data.