CyberArt is a mix between the Art Nouveau, the Art Deco, the Futurism, and the CyberPunk.
I took from the Art Nouveau the intention to create a new, young, and free art. Its inspiration in nature but incorporating the advances of the industrial revolution. The idea of that even the smallest everyday objects should have aesthetic value, but be accessible to the entire population, so beauty is not a luxury is a necessity. I took its rounded lines, which intertwine with each other’s, the asymmetry of the movement, and its sensuality and its eroticism.
From the Art Deco, I took his aerodynamic, geometric, and clean lines taken from cubism, its influence in Egypt and the fauvist use of the color. I like it because it is based on the city, the urban, the progress and the machines. It is functional as well as elegant.
Therefore, the CyberArt is a utopia in which beauty is available to all for being a necessity, so basic as eat or drink. In this utopia, there is no difference between classes, and everyone can opt for the same luxury and waste. It is an unbridled, fast, beautiful, and fun aesthetic. In which everything is valid.
The materials that it uses are not only the typical from the Art Nouveau and the Art Deco, like glass or metal, also uses “futuristic” materials such as the optical fiber or the electronic components. The use of these materials highlights the highly technological era in which they live. So, although there is a significant reference to nature in the CyberArt, there is also a great reference to technology, petroleum, the urban, and electricity.
The colors are vivid in the ornamentation and luxurious in the clothing. However, the color that stands out is the gasoline color with its iridescence.
The clothing is androgynous and comfortable. The women wear suits as short dresses, with big buttons, without bra and always with a waist belt. These belts are electronic and can change its color using an app on the Diaries. Under the suit, the women can use silk shirts with an open back, complemented with long electronic back necklaces. In the nights, the women use long dresses with open back or short dresses with optical fiber fringes.
These are some examples, but the general idea is that the CyberArt is an elegant aesthetic that uses the movement and the sensuality of nature in every single detail of every single object. But, also, it uses technology and electricity in everything as well.