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Kevin Abosch Digital Art, Allegories and Distilling Emotional Value from Data

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London, England--(Newsfile Corp. - September 14, 2022) - Irish conceptual artist Kevin Abosch has recently released an exclusive collaboration celebrating a crossroads of both tradition and technology. Partnering with UK-based CreativeWorkStudios and Dassai, a premium Japanese sake brand, in a unique collaboration that sees the creation of a series of unique digital artworks that also grant holders the ability to claim bottles of a very limited, exclusive, and premium Dassai run being specially produced for the initiative.



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Kevin Abosch, born in 1969 in Los Angeles, is an Irish conceptual artist known for his works in photography, sculpture, installation, AI, blockchain and film. Abosch's work addresses the nature of identity and value by posing ontological questions and responding to sociologic dilemmas. He relates the theme of this work to the idea that people "are shaped by allegories. The stories that provide the essential scaffolding for moral and ethical culture are the blueprint for how we interact with one another".



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His work has been exhibited throughout the world, often in civic spaces, including The Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg, The National Museum of China, The National Gallery of Ireland, Jeu de Paume (Paris), The Irish Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, The Bogotá Museum of Modern Art, ZKM (Zentrum für Kunst und Medien) and Dublin Airport.

"As an artist whose practice frequently involves collecting data of all varieties in the hope of distilling emotional value from it, I seek out allegories hidden in the midst of tremendous noise, not however with the goal of spinning up an intellectual interpretation, but rather in the hopes of stirring something within others… within myself."



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//CreativeWorkStudios., founded by London-based J.Harry Edmiston is a digital art studio and consultancy, connecting leading artists with global brands. It has organized major digital artwork initiatives, and its team has designed and developed digital campaigns for organizations such as CNN and CNBC.

Dassai is a series of sake produced by Asahi Shuzo, a brewery based in Yamaguchi Prefecture in the south of Honshu, Japan's main island. The name 'Dassai' reflects the ancient name for this region of Japan. The brewery's philosophy is founded on avoiding complacency to ensure that existing techniques are constantly reformed and revolutionized Asahi Shuzo pride themselves on brewing sake year-round - something often unheard of in the sake industry - using only the finest quality Yamada Nishiki rice across their sake range. Dassai is made using a careful combination of tradition and cutting-edge technology. At Asahi Shuzo, they have come to use what works and have left behind what does not, choosing what their experience dictates is best from both the old world and the new.



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Published in partnership with Kevin Abosch, CreativeWorkStudios, and Dassai

SOURCE Kevin Abosch.

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