Computer Art. New Totems by Echi Aaberg

Computer Art. New Totems by Echi Aaberg

Computer Art. Today, enjoy these three different pieces by the artist Echi Aaberg: Mousearm, Broken Language and 52 Doors. Really different pieces, very creative artwork!

Computer Art. New Totems by Echi Aaberg

52 Doors by Echi Aaberg

Computer Art. New Totems by Echi Aaberg

Mousearm by Echi Aaberg

Computer Art. New Totems by Echi Aaberg

Broken Language by Echi Aaberg



Mousearm – the hand is a computermouse

Broken language – CD written on and destroyed

52 doors – one secret door for every week – made of parts of the pre CD:s


Totem poles and wooden masks no longer suggest tribal villages but fashionable drawing rooms in New York and Paris. By Mason Cooley

Some people pray to a totem pole, some people pray to a sun, some people pray to a god. It all works for them. It all comes back to what you think. By Barry Zito

You must be absolutely honest and true in the depicting of a totem for meaning is attached to every line. You must be most particular about detail and proportion. By Emily Carr

The best totem for our digital society should be made by the broken pieces of our computers. By Isabel del Rio, Yareah magazine

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  • what fabulous pieces, echi! today’s world of virtual everything is far far different than the world of yesterday/yesteryear and it behooves us each even more than ever to search for/to discover and to heed those meaningful totems – thank you so much for such magnificent reminders of that – your pieces speak directly to that state of virtual affairs in today’s world and beautifully so – thanks again – oh, and every reader should enlarge each image because then the deeper composition is much more refined!

  • Dear Jenean
    many many thanks for the positive feedback – these pieces I did make threee years ago and I still love them. I always look for things to recycle to art in some way – useable things are to be find everywhere. have a great day and thanks aggain

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Echi Aaberg, born 1948 in Laponia the very north of Sweden. Three years of education at the School of Art in Simrishamn. The paintings reflects moments of meetings with the abstract and concrete present as sometimes strikes me with great power and sometimes just touch my consciousness. The tracks - maybe visible, maybe invisible! Working with aquarelle, acrylic, oil colors, charcoal, crayons, tempera, graphic, photo, collage and design.

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