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  • [ 42c8a222 ] Website designed around traditional hand made cheese with photos of people
  • [ 0560d648 ] Cody Davis's figurative oil paintings are
  • [ 88ae86b5 ] Todd Matte paintings abstract zombieformalism flow video games
  • [ dfcd17b4 ] Travel for me isn't a topic as much as rather a strategy to acquire pictorial subject matter.
  • [ aaa3a9bf ] i made this morphed animal and it the outcome has comeout very nicely and I like the shape of the head and although the head is slanted it has still come out quite well and it has formed well and the colour I have picked isn't the same as my colour scheme but it still looks quite well and soon I will add more to the small details
  • [ bf0be88e ] Speaking to my experience as the product of artificial donor insemination and the daughter of a queer woman, my work seeks to embody feelings of displacement and existential dependency.
  • [ a568adfe ] This art speaks to me about how truly dangerous people can be. It is very pretty and interesting
  • [ 64788bf7 ] Play, adventure, searching, findig out, failure, to adapt, learning, going on, progression
  • [ 063bdc06 ] carrying on as if tourists take part in an opera
  • [ c0bc74a2 ] It may seem humorous or even "hip" to make light of the tragedies of the human condition. In fact,
  • [ 2455d5a9 ] Alicja Kwade made sculptures and object that conveys
  • [ 59570b3d ] The external world is not only projected onto the human form – the human is also projected back onto the external world. The Proto-Indo-Europeans had a polytheistic religion where the world was populated by a large number of divine human characters – complete with human self-awareness and emotions – each representing a particular aspect of the cosmos/nature. After a day getting lost in the internet I noticed that I had lost my ability to dream – to immerse myself into a new story, a new place, as a new person. My imagination stayed on the word level, never diving into the real experience of anything. My inner monologue became a confusing array of nonsensical facts, like an AI that strings together random word pairs. In this process of losing a structure,
  • [ fee727e8 ] Description of a still life setup
  • [ 705bf2a0 ] I think this art is bad and it makes me want to fart
  • [ 8dc93b08 ] Irrecoverable state updates -- only proofs are left.
  • [ 249595da ] Untitled creates a space of psychological tension. The girl hanging in the air is almost like a living human being, but at the same time unreal and cyborg-like. Cyborgs are humans or animals with an electronic device or part thereof integrated. In principle, a human with a pacemaker meets the definition of the cyborg. The sleeping figure - or, in computer terms, the character in standby mode - is surrounded by empty, sterile space that highlights the distance of the viewer. The girl's body weight is on her chin, which rests on a plate of glass that resembles a see-saw or a laptop - a feat that would be physiologically impossible for a human being. Born in Georgia, Andro Wekua has worked internationally as an artist since the middle of the millennium's first decade. He moved to Europe after the unrest in Abkhazia in the 1990s. In addition to sculptures and installations, Andro Weka works with paintings, video and collage art.
  • [ 024e5f6f ] expressing the beauty of african women & their natural hair as my own figurative characters
  • [ 2b3d6431 ] woman in bikini covered in blood. dark colours.
  • [ 586c62d1 ] political issue of bots where do these images come from? programming autonomy anthropology of images human weighing-artificial intelligence blend divergence x personality newsstand flow break immediate seizure what these images say about us banking as an instrument to inform "reality" gallery file atlas mnemosine infinite images newspaper, magazine, poster, booklet (publication media) we influence the "aesthetics" of bots or bots influence us
  • [ f2cb2259 ] The artworks of the Micro World’s Exhibition are made by various different artist including Jason deCaires Taylor, Courtney Mattison, Jenni Ward and Lorna Fraser. The focus of the exhibition was on the frames of art, Subjective, Cultural, Post-Modern and Structural. The presentation of art is a fantastic display of people’s willingness to go far beyond human expectations.
  • [ d5b6cde8 ] if this is permanent, yet generative, does it suggest it is inevitable?
  • [ 57f5930a ] Gina is a contemporary artist who made a video to investigate the idea of the invasion of a safe space. Gina covered a doll in ladybugs and filmed them crawling over her. She chose to use a doll, which is an object linked to children, and ladybugs as they seem innocent and harmless. By using video as a medium, She wants to capture a contradictory and more frightening side to these elements by showing how the ladybugs infest the doll.
  • [ 097f0695 ] Charm charisma glitter shimmer energy spray paint acrylic uniqueness colour neon
  • [ ee9b44d6 ] Quilted elephant with saturated colours. Deep Purple background.
  • [ 29fbec5c ] The chicken is sublime and colorful
  • [ 242a2eba ] A fake smile Mona Lisa
  • [ 16c59c68 ] He makes Didactic artwork that is raw and industrial and spontaneous.
  • [ 12d3d461 ] For a child’s drawing it’s got a lot of depth
  • [ 0f9360fe ] This latest show of styrofoam animals by the art collective Sublimina is confusing, but still interesting.
  • [ ace10a05 ] Mother nature, nature, mankind, nature destruction, technology, pollution

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