Material: digital painting,metallic paper print,plexiglass
In "The Fall of Infamy," the fifth portrait of the "Transhuman Series," the concepts of negative and positive in photography within the... Read More
In "The Fall of Infamy," the fifth portrait of the "Transhuman Series," the concepts of negative and positive in photography within the diptych format continues. Each portrait is presented as a diptych, creating a visual dialogue between opposing elements, symbolizing the duality of human existence.
On one side of the diptych, Cesario captures the negative aspect, representing the fall of a strong leader supported by extremist insurgencies. The chaotic visual elements in this portrait reflect the negative repercussions of charismatic authority and the erosion of democratic values in the transhuman context.
Conversely, on the other side of the diptych, Cesario presents the positive aspect, depicting the aftermath of the fall, where there is an opportunity for growth, renewal, and change. This portrait utilizes brighter tones, hopeful imagery, and elements of transformation, symbolizing the potential for positive outcomes arising from the collapse of extremist leadership.