Material: metallic paper print,plexiglass,digital painting
“Trans-Venus” - 9th in “The Transhuman Tronies of the Latter Days” series. This diptych wields the power of negative and... Read More
“Trans-Venus” - 9th in “The Transhuman Tronies of the Latter Days” series. This diptych wields the power of negative and positive imagery, mirroring photography techniques to weave contrasting tales within one artwork.
A captivating diptych that captures opposing themes. In the negative, it exposes societal issues like prejudice and discrimination. The positive, on the other hand, envisions a harmonious transhumanist society born from these challenges.
Recrafting the myth of “Breeze of Zephyr,” a west wind carries a rainbow-hued wig, challenging beauty norms and embracing a gender-free ideal. Colors symbolize transformation; the hair represents eternal life.
An exploration of transgender identity and non-binary existence in transhumanism. A defiance of gender norms, this diptych sparks contemplation on self-expression and metamorphosis. A testament to liberation and human identity’s ongoing evolution.
Like photography’s interplay, “Trans-Venus” harmonizes contrasting narratives. Dive into this art’s depths, pondering the journey from adversity to triumph. The interplay of negative and positive reflects human complexity - struggles and transformative potential.