Genetically Modified #1, 2013.
Materials: Giclee print on 285g.s.m. paper
Edition: Signed and numbered edition of 10
Information about the artist and his work:
A glimpse into what a genetically engineered future might look like. Each series of 10 features a unique plant that is "grown" using custom software.
Neil Mendoza is an artist from the UK who uses digital and mechanical technology to bring objects and space to life. Mendoza questions the role of gadgets in our lives. These gadgets are a form of escapism, used to avoid thinking and interacting by staring into the information space. For once, the gadgets are staring back at us waiting to be stimulated. One such example of this is illustrated within Mendoza’s robotic mobile in which the hanging elements are screens. Each of the screens shows parts of a face. As people walk around the mobile, the slightly crazed facial features follow them. The positions of the screens change in unison with the contents of the displays. His work has been shown at the Science Museum, The V&A, Watermans, PICNIC Festival, The AND Festival, BBC Big Screens and The Museum of London, among others.
View the artist's profile page here.
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