Eduardo Paolozzi and The Rise of the Machines, δημοσίευση στο Fineartmultiple Marilena Pateraki
Even in the 1940s Eduardo Paolozzi viewed machines and our ever-increasing reliance on technology as something to be feared. Though they would pop up in his artworks as luxurious if somewhat ludicrous domestic appliances, more often than not they appeared as violent and dispassionate tools of authority (think more Terminator than Henry the Hoover). The views of one of Europe’s most radical and innovative post-war artists had been shaped by his experiences during World War II, when he witnessed first-hand the destructiveness of modern technology, and its capacity to end life on an industrial scale.
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