As Pollock once remarked, “technique is just a means of arriving at a statement.” The challenge that Goldberg set for himself has led him to create a hybrid of handmade and electronically generated elements—the language in which his statements are written—that fulfills his aesthetic imperatives. His name for this language, techspressionism, which conflates technology and expressionism, is the perfect amalgam of the two fundamental components of his art: the digital and the sensual.

Helen A. Harrison
Director, Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center, Springs NY
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