The World as we knew it
The first exhibition held in 2018 was inspired by the human influence on this planet and by the technology surrounding, but with a dash of darkness connected to its unbreachable speed. In the present moment, the biggest threat to our survival is humankind. The world may remain, but not as we know it. Fast paced exploration. Meat dissipation. Increased consumption. Resource depletion. Polluted air. Warm dying Oceans. In a near future the resources of Earth are used. All gone. Planetary Chaos. And then we fade. With our faith.
Colonisation of another planet? If Elon succeeds. Space Oddity. If there is time. Planet Musk. A new Home for a selected few. But before, Artificial Intelligence advances. Such unknown beauty. With extreme curiosity. So comes Singularity. Human evolution reach its point of no return. T3000. Termination. Cataclysmic nuclear war between humankind and sentient machines. The remains of us
hide from machine learning overlords. Morpheus to Zion. Ground-control to Major Tom. You and me to the office. Busy with worldly life. But still here. Still young when it comes. Hasta la vista. And so it happens. We Are what happens. And as Earth tune in on her last blue breath, our eyes open. One final gaze at the horizon and the sun that sets with her. Tomorrow comes and her darker colour rises. Painted black. With her machines that raises.
The world as we knew it has a melancholic tone with the desire to awake reflection.
A portion of all profits will be donated to Marine Life Conservation and Animal Welfare Organisations.
Lets save what still remains.