Floyd Douglas (1982)
His work resembles Metropolitan Art, captured at a glance. As if the surface of his work symbolizes a retina. It is the surrealist dream of a young European, depicting modern notions of the way of the world today. He transforms the modern metropolis into a concrete jungle and invites wild animals to share territory with the undiscovered animal in man. His art is the reflection of the education and freedom of the digital age in art and shows the power of youth, of courage and of limitless possibilities.
Floyd’s work allows us to model reality; we see urban landscapes playing with the content of life, in the mist of colorfully polluted air. It reminds us that we live in an age of ever-increasing innovation and accelerating untold influences that help define and shape our lives.