Ellen de Meijer: Digital Divide, Sanja Lazic, δημοσίευση στο WidewallsMarilena Pateraki
As we’ve entered the digital age and our lives have become very much dependent of technology and its growth, many artists found a new inspiration for their works in this topic. Some, like the Seattle born artist Pars, decided to use canvas as a field of imagination and paint their own world, different from the postmodern society and its products while others, like Micah Ganske, chose to be an active part of the process, making art that depicts possible future.
Cutting across the middle stands the work of the Dutch born artist Ellen de Meijer. After very successful shows at Art Stage Singapore, Art Toronto and Art Miami (click here to read the sales report from 2014 Art Basel Miami) where she presented her latest series of paintings, the artist has been preparing for her first New York solo show at UNIX Gallery. In Digital Divide, De Meijer’s presents us with her perspective on human behavior in a postmodern world, as well as the constant conflict between basic human instincts and our desire to progress and succeed.
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