Neurofunk Album Cover
Temporal Parting Junction is a personal work inspired by meeting and parting between people (physical and spiritual) and crossroads. In neuroscience, the Temporoparietal Junction (TPJ) [Wikipedia] is a multi-sensory processing brain region and is associated with Out Of Body Experiences (OBEs).
The music genre is neurofunk [Wikipedia] which is a genre of electronic music that emerged during the late 1990s as a progression of techstep. The front and back covers use predominantly 3D modelled imagery and photo-manipulated images.
Major influences on the visual style include the films The Dark City (1998) [IMDB] and The Matrix (1999) [IMDB], with much of the imagery inspired by the game Anarchy Online (2001) [Wikipedia], particularly the Meta-Physicist class [AO Fandom].
Visual elements of Gen X Soft Club [CARI] (motion blur and the muted blue colour scheme) and Industrial Gothic [CARI] (dark machines and cabling) are incorporated in the design.
The tools used include Affinity Designer, Affinity Photo, and Blender.