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What is Digiganic Artography? Digiganic Artography is a new emerging technology using organic, landscapes & materials such as rock, water, fire, light & shadows to change the frequencies of the photograph. This transforms the photograph of organic information into a form of art, using technology. Where Sacred Meets Science.
Digiganic Artography © is Born (July 2012) - After visiting a sacred mound temple site in the Atlanta, Georgia area, Tobias Hiller started to edit photos and change perspectives of the natural features that he photographed. By standing at the perfect angle to the stones at certain times of day or with certain weather conditions when capturing the photos, he could see a new relationship with the information that is “hidden in plain sight.” More exploration was needed to make any kind of conclusion. As photos of sacred sites and stones were compiled, more repeating patterns emerged. Some appear to be organic and some appear to be carved with great complexity and evidence of physical anomalies in plain sight. Once Tobias mastered changing the light frequency to reveal hidden symbolism, Digiganic Artography was born. A new medium and practice of using ancient organic material to represent biological ideas and complex sacred geometry was created. These practices lead to Tobias reorganizing the organic information into a new digitally symmetrical or reciprocal format to study. “This is only the start of a larger technology unfolding itself.”
Style ~ Symmetrical representation of natural stone and crystal features as symbolism. When we look into the organic hues and the cuts of stones in a symmetrical or reciprocal decoded format, it reveals a new organic information system that is presented for investigation to those interested in seeing the biological symbolism and sacred geometry evident on the surface. There is an extremely complex, similarly reoccurring pattern of interlocked anamorphic or anthropomorphic biological faces, in a totem format as seen in multiple cultures. The stones seem to represent a theme of anamorphic beings breathing higher consciousness from each other through meditation and use of sacred geometry structures. All of the smaller totem style faces create a larger overall being. Even more unique is the fact that when rotated 180 degrees (upside down) a completely unique theme is presented.
Each final symmetrical photograph is, in essence, 2 separate pieces of artography depending on the chosen orientation. The full symmetrical process creates 5 unique pieces of art. This makes us examine the stones in a new way and investigate a deeper connection of how they can help us connect to our surroundings.