Examples of generated reviews

  • [ 68bb0aa9 ] Psychoanalysis charcoal alienation layers drawing
  • [ 7982b786 ] The Visionary dark pretty the masked man
  • [ 0df11dc3 ] water, red gloves, fly, past experiences, woman, eye, staring, dark memories
  • [ 33e77772 ] This latest show by the collective named Sublimina is confusing, but still interesting.
  • [ 64788bf7 ] Play, adventure, searching, findig out, failure, to adapt, learning, going on, progression
  • [ 6405fb0b ] Prolific, inspiring, revolutionary, provoking, simple, elegant, audacity
  • [ 598152c1 ] This piece approaches the idea of collective comfort from a more satirical level. Using oil pastels for their bright, cheery colours, I drew a stack of toilet rolls. Each roll sports the slogan “comfort”. In the beginning of lockdown, there was an excessive shortage on toilet roll, as if people have found comfort in hoarding it. I wanted to depict that as literally as possible, indicating an uncomfortable truth that many have found comfort in selfishness and excess, rather than each other. They don’t realise that this kind of comfort is a privilege. The bright colours only highlight the irony of this piece, as does the title.
  • [ 8e23e2ad ] seven large ceramic spheres, in an uneven row:
  • [ 4b099fc0 ] The Center for Tactical Magic engages in extensive research, development, and deployment of the pragmatic system known as Tactical Magic. A fusion force summoned from the ways of the artist, the magician, the ninja, and the private investigator, Tactical Magic is an amalgam of disparate arts invoked for the purpose of actively addressing Power on individual, communal, and transnational fronts. At the CTM we are committed to achieving the Great Work of Tactical Magic through community-based projects, daily interdiction, and the activation of latent energies toward positive social transformation.
  • [ 1fae43f8 ] I think this art is bad and it makes me want to fart
  • [ af8236bf ] African visual artist, Wande Oseni explores femininity through contemporary expressionism. Her works are a representation of her thoughts, opinions and commentary on social issues occurring globally and around her
  • [ 2854510c ] This work is a photographic projection of the artist, self-reflecting particularly towards the treatment of black men and mental health in the black community . i imbued this work with symbols of my struggle with mental illness, i found myself plagued by an intense (unwarranted) fear and doubt over my long-standing sexual orientation as a man, a concept recently described as HOCD. When viewing inner journey, Naturally, My skin tone is of intense dark, i added body paint to accentuate it, there is no facial expression, my body is not fully towards the viewer, but i ensured to fix my eyes 180° straight towards the camera. My review of othering begins where my exaggerated black skin meets the numerous red dots plugged to my skin like a viral infection on red alert.
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  • [ 256537a8 ] hyperlink thinking - one thing leads to another that leads to another... among collections of people a bot-human collection researchers and artists being provoked by images and their contexts fabulation from "bot accounts" "likes" as a commodity contact with enigmatic addresses as the politicization of our system "not understand already understanding" how to behave in the face of what is not known speculative thinking - speculative answers human decentering in the creation of "realities" social networks as a weapon/tool information world war algorithmic unconscious anonymous bot collection available on the internet "it's about us and we don't even know it's happening" DISCUSSION OF IMAGE
  • [ b8207d19 ] Molly Smisko’s exciting new clay work is breathtaking
  • [ 9399f68d ] Nadia reconstructed a broken bottle that had pieces of her family photo on random pieces of the bottle. The intention was to create a visual representation of “broken family,” showing how alcohol abuse can fracture a family and change its dynamics or structure. She visually communicated this through the scattered reorganization of the photo and the imperfect reconstruction of the rum bottle. This created
  • [ bd7e7ecb ] Two young attractive women find themselves in pitch black space. Then, they start to interact with an illuminating object which is located in the middle of the space. They find themselves in their dark dreamscapes.
  • [ a04c8729 ] Donald Trump uses his own excrement to create horrifying dystopian landscapes filled with climate change refugees and the black people he claims he has so justly protected through the years.
  • [ f9d6a9fa ] Craig Dougal-Smith is a street artist. He made a graffiti on a wall, depicting a glowing orb and a censored face.
  • [ 0bdec3ec ] Chris Coombes paints the interiors of upscale apartments.
  • [ 7563e3fe ] New and rising video artist Julian added recently a new piece to his open end video series "Wednesdays". In a genre, dull and boring as watching sunrises in a basement, his new video stands out with
  • [ 261f2942 ] watercolor painting of black woman and white woman to promote racial equality
  • [ 1dc907f6 ] bad nasty stupid crazy low
  • [ 35ed974c ] Orange was not the best choice of colors.
  • [ 40204da3 ] slick evil nasty kant worm urn
  • [ d87b944c ] In tho small serieses Dirk tries to juxtapose Neue Sachlichkeit still life photography with computer generated still life as if the two modes of production were competing for the top spot, including lots of virtual glass, metal and water.
  • [ 886d2467 ] feeling dark green brown, dirt in a luxurious sphere, the grounded shadow of the ground, in a plastic sun. a hug to the inhospitable sailor. the mild haze of the invisible tactile
  • [ 705bf2a0 ] I think this art is bad and it makes me want to fart
  • [ 28f107fe ] The male gaze and the conversation around gender is Why does it still need to be iterated? Woman around the world still suffer Artist Charlotte Hicks uses textiles to symbolise Does what we know about the male gaze need to be revised?
  • [ e701879c ] walter's new art style with ink and watercolor. it has frenetic energy with a lot of overlap.

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