My name is Bee-Bee Deigner, and my career started in June 2017.
As an artist, I try to make sense of my experiences and impressions about my surroundings, while keeping a strong connection to my inner universe.
My work is split into two branches: analogue and digital. My analogue work is made with traditional media, like watercolors, acrylics, oil-based pastels and mark making over surfaces like cold pressed paper, cotton paper and canvas, where I create abstract images that might be either ethereal, like places where one can only find in a dream, or bold and strong, composed by blocks of solid and bright colours, channeling my mood at that particular point in time and space.
On the other hand, my digital work is based on fractal generation and databending, where I explore the infinite potential of an image as visual and aural media using tools like GIMP, Photoshop, Wordpad and Audacity, embracing all imperfections and intrinsic errors caused by such experiments.