THE DEATH OF PHYSICALITY IN THE DIGITAL ERA
“The Death of Physicality in the Digital Era” pays tribute to Damien Hirst’s glass tanks installations, which explores the relationship between human and technology in our everyday life. An illustrated anatomical human hand is inserted into a glass tank, the muscles are transformed into technological artifacts while the veins became electrical wires. The hand is isolated from the reality, which invites the audience to ponder between the tangible and virtual state of reality, the analog and the digital way of life, the physical and psychological alterations of our human body.
Mixed Media | 79 x 47 x 17 cm | 2016