Spanish artist Sergio Albiac wants to dig deeper. So he recently created a “videorative portrait”–a dynamic painting in which the face of filmmaker Randall Okita is made up of tagged videos about the subject’s life and work. In doing so, Albiac hoped to “create a new type of portrait,” he says. “One that goes beyond physical appearances and is more realistic, as it renders the founding blocks of the intimate world: your memories, your relationships, and your emotions.”
Each virtual paint stroke corresponds to a different emotions and each emotion is connected to a particular video clip.