Artwork for a group exhibition at Light Grey Art Gallery (Minneapolis) name “Never Odd or Even” about duality and paradox.
My concept was about how a lot of things that surround us are so beautiful yet so fake – generated by humans to look perfect. As a society, I think we developed intolerance to the imperfect, for example – people won’t buy an ugly apple although it may taste amazing. We fix beautiful models in Photoshop so they’ll have no human flaws and we color our food so it would look more tempting and we make ourselves believe this is nature. It’s beautiful but fake.
I took inspiration for the art from Alice in wonderland – painting the roses red.
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