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Flowers for Donald | Gregory Eddi Jones

Flowers for Donald feels like made-in-the-moment reactions to a politically messy environment and sensational news coverage. The series of digital collages utilize symbol and allegory that we are utterly familiar with, particularly in our digital lives that are constantly bombarded with images, the latest headline, and news updates. Each of…

Destroy Evil | Katie Bush

Katie Bush’s Destroy Evil is an overwhelming, disarming, and mesmerizing 90’s net art inspired piece aimed at critiquing George Bush’s 2002 ‘Axis of Evil’ speech. As the viewer clicks through the site, disturbing layers of imagery (including bombs, babies, and medical procedure) emerge. When navigating through the piece, one can…

Let’s Talk about (T)ogether : A Response | Jessica Mairena

Noah Daum’s TOGETHER provides harrowing and provocative juxtapositions of graphics and found objects to create uniquely relevant amalgamations. The artist states that these works are meant to be viewed in the context of together (stylized TOGETHER), which he claims to be a “fictional dystopic society that attracts people into joining,…

TOGETHER | Noah Daum

Noah Daum’s series TOGETHER provides harrowing and provocative juxtapositions of graphics and found objects to create uniquely relevant amalgamations. Utilizing these associations between “folk” and propaganda, Daum creates an American dystopian narrative that is simultaneously foreboding and nostalgic.   ::: *TOGETHER is best viewed at full screen.   Check out Jessica…