A representation of the human experience, capturing the complexity, beauty and uncertainty of life, as well as the resilience and determination of the person facing it in a small time fragment.

A representation of life, with its many twists and turns, and its endless cycles of change and repetition symbolizing the challenges and obstacles we face, as well as our ability to navigate them and adapt to the ever-changing nature of life. This artwork is part of the collection timeFragments Collection.

TimeFragments is a collection of three digital artworks with augmented reality about Eternity in a small fragment of Time.

This artwork has golden leaf applied by hand and because of this handmade nature, there could be certain variations from the images shown here.


  • Limited edition of 20 prints
  • Hand signed and numbered
  • Augmented Reality (animation and music)
  • Hand-laid golden leaf details
  • Archival Pigment Ink
  • 310gr acid free cotton paper
  • Dimensions: 297 × 320 millimeters

artwork with augmented reality

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augmented reality video

We as a project dwell mostly in the animated digital world and we wanted to bring it to the real one with us so we used Augmented Reality in our art, as it allowed us to bridge the gap and transcend the boundaries of traditional and digital art forms, blending past and future, tradition and innovation.

Peering into an animated world through a motionless window is the perfect metaphor for the experience of viewing an augmented reality (AR) artwork. The window represents the physical artwork that the viewer uses as a trigger to access the AR experience, while the animated world represents the digital content that is overlaid onto the real world.

In this metaphor, the motionless window serves as a gateway to a new and exciting world, allowing the viewer to see and interact with the artwork in a way that is not possible with traditional art forms. The animation creates a sense of movement and dynamism, while the physical artwork provides a sense of stability and grounding, allowing the viewer to experience the artwork in a stable and controlled environment.

We made use of the Artivive App, an augmented reality (AR) app that is widely used in the digital art world. The app allows us to create AR experiences that can be accessed through most smartphones or tablets.