My work combines lens-based and computer-rendered imagery to explore the relationship between man, nature, and spirituality. I make digital sculptures that recast my own body, beetles, and other flora and fauna borrowing the language from religious works of art of the 15th and 16th centuries. My images trace the continuity of organic form across a variety of species while examining the role of a human body in biological and religious contexts.
Stanislav Ginzburg is a Russian-born digital media artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Ginzburg has participated in numerous group exhibitions including: Honolulu Museum of Art, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, LA Center for Digital Art, and The Center for Fine Art Photography among others. His photographs are in the collections of Museum of Art at the University of Oklahoma, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, and Kunstwerk Museum in Eberdingen, Germany.