About Me
Adin Kachisi is a Zimbabwean born emerging artist living in New York City. His artwork is an expression of rhythmic flows of human emotions and philosophical explorations into the nature of reality expressed and depicted mostly through bright vivid colors and captivating geometrical forms. His uses geometric abstraction to express the inner world of human thought and emotion, as well as the possible invisible landscape that forms dimensions of existence beyond 3D. Adin studied Urban Design at the University of Hertfordshire in the UK and he is also an author.

His art incorporates concepts from the built environment as well as numerous ideas wrestled with in his writings mainly revolving around the nature and mysteries of reality. His keen interest in Architectural environments and spatial forms in relationship to human emotion influences his geometrical journeys delving into the organic nature of abstract forms and their interactions with the human instrumentation. The Invisible Landscapes collection features Adin Kachisi’s two series of work: Inner World Geometric Abstractions Series and Inner Tension Contemporary Expressionism Series. Adin’s body of work is about the role of the invisible world and inner conditions as causal forces for the external conditions reflected through geometry and color.

A. Geometric Abstraction
One of the keys principles defining a significant amount of the artwork is sacred geometry. Sacred Geometry is the mathematical representation of patterns that are prevalent everywhere in reality, most often seen in architecture, art, and nature. The basic belief is that geometry and mathematical ratios, harmonics and proportion are also found in music, light, cosmology. The use of these forms in art goes back at least 4,000 years and is believed to help connect viewers with the transcendent, eternal realm of the spirit. The artwork emerged around 2009, spontaneously done with little preplanning, measuring or calculating. From this period Adin noticed that some of the designs resembled crop circles. Some of the work is characterized by architectural forms, doors and arches laid in perspective or non-perspective ways, usually fractal or interlocked representing relationships between various spaces, emotions, ideas and dimensions of existence. The Geo and Built Environment abstracts capture maps and buildings, and depicts them in abstract shapes and colors expressing the emotional waves of the objects and environments.

B. Contemporary Expressionism
The Contempoary Expressionism paintings mostly wrestles with the challenges of living in a post-modern, technologically advanced urban environments. Less
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Collection:  Invisible Landscapes
  1. Dreaming
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    Dreaming
  2. Dreamtime
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    Dreamtime
  3. AI
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    AI
  4. Imagination
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    Imagination
  5. Screaming City
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    Screaming City
  6. Mind and Dimensions
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    Mind and Dimensions
  7. Hypnagogia
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    Hypnagogia
  8. Matter
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    Matter
  9. Novelty
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    Novelty
  10. Fractal Dance
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    Fractal Dance
  11. Dream Weaving
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    Dream Weaving
  12. Resonance
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    Resonance
  13. Sublimity
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    Sublimity
  14. Symmetry
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    Symmetry
  15. Sound
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    Sound
  16. Title 16
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    Title 16
  17. Title 17
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    Title 17
  18. Title 18
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    Title 18
  19. Title 19
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    Title 19
  20. Title 20
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    Title 20
  21. Inner worlds
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    Inner worlds
  22. Terra Cognita
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    Terra Cognita
  23. Gentrification
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    Gentrification
  24. eTemptation
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    eTemptation
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