"Morphing archives into science fiction" is a new series where images taken from archives are mixed and manipulated to create fictional realities about the present world . These fictional assemblages reference some of the pressing issues related to power, censorship, control,visibility ,authenticity, appropriation ,
Rest in peace Beltrame (the French soldier who died after trading places with a hostage) , let’s all give the two fingers to ISIS !! Inspired by my visit to palmira's 3D printed arch in Trafalgar Square. More on that here
If after having read the article in the link above, you still can’t decide which is more important authenticity or symbolism, head to Sfeir Semler Gallery where Rayyane Tabet’s exhibition will not only surprise you but make you question the authenticity of any Artfifact in the world:)!!
Rest in peace Beltrame ,Hahnemühle Bright White Photo Rag mounted on Dibond, 150x100cm
Bullfight on wallstreet between a crypto matador & the bull of wall street tough fight! More on that here
Tokenizing the Past, Blockchain is taking the artworld by storm. Can you guess the museum in the background?HInt, it's the first museum to have
ever bought a work of art with Bitcoin. It's in Austria, Birthplace of Mozart’s Magic Flute which some claim was a symbolic representation of a masonic initiation ceremony.
Which is more cryptic, cryptocrrency or the ceremony I wonder. Had so much fun designing
that opera's costumes with crypto inspired patterns!More on that on my blog
“The magic of siri in sand land”
with blockchain and #cryptocurrencies going mainstream, would u b surprised if siri were to buy you a Rothko while cruising the desert on a camel? It may may happen sooner than we think as today Google's chief of AI and search John Giannandrea moved to Apple to broaden Siri, :)!! More on that here.
Inspired by an article about Martin Ross resignation over the Brexit vote, the Kipling Spirit is a celebration of diversity denouncing the rise of nationalism and cultural insularity in Britain and Europe. 150x90cm , Ed.1/1 – 2017
Ya Hala Monsieur Courbet – Digital Print on Epson water resistant textured matte canvas 375g/m2 250x125cm
Late night at Sursock 150x120cm Mixed media over Digital Print on Hahnemuhle photo rag bright white 310 gsm mounted on Dibon