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Clonism - A different kind of science fiction by Alice Gordon

‘Clonism’ explores cloning as a common, everyday reality, a banality that is both near and distant. It diverges from the typical, grim, metallic clones by adopting a pastel pop aesthetic and offering a new visual language. This collection redefines perceptions of cloning in popular culture and science, distinguishing it from traditional representations.

Both unsettling and absurd at the same time, the collection symbolizes the banality and redundancy of advanced technology. The pieces represent clones as mere products of consumer society rather than scientific marvels, seamlessly integrating into the mundane. It critiques consumer society and the trivialization of individuality through mass production, reflecting on a world where everything, even humanity, is commodified and disposable.

The use of soft pastels contrasts against the eerie sterility of cloning technology, revealing an absurdity in existence. The color palette and the deadpan stillness highlight the non-functionality of the clones, evoking an artificiality. It's as if we've become so adept at creating life that we've forgotten to imbue it with meaning.

Alice Gordon is a raw AI maximalist. She is a part of the esteemed "Post Photographic Perspectives" artist roster curated by the Fellowship. She has gained recognition for her collections “Disproportionate Anxiety” and “Cognitive Behaviour.” She has a passion for the surrealist movement and calls her distinctive style “absurdist surreal lonerism.” Her art occupies the silent gaps in conscious thoughts, probing the quietest corners of existence and repression. Her creative process is a mixture of experimentation and spontaneity. She is on a journey to reflect the human psyche in a distinctive way.

Preview of entire collection via online catalogue: https://www.katevassgalerie.com/alice-gordon

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Clonism - A different kind of science fiction by Alice Gordon ‘Clonism’ explores cloning as a common, everyday reality, a banality that is both near and distant. It diverges from the typical, grim, metallic clones by adopting a pastel pop aesthetic and offering a new visual language. This collection redefines perceptions of cloning in popular culture and science, distinguishing it from traditional representations. Both unsettling and absurd at the same time, the collection symbolizes the banality and redundancy of advanced technology. The pieces represent clones as mere products of consumer society rather than scientific marvels, seamlessly integrating into the mundane. It critiques consumer society and the trivialization of individuality through mass production, reflecting on a world where everything, even humanity, is commodified and disposable. The use of soft pastels contrasts against the eerie sterility of cloning technology, revealing an absurdity in existence. The color palette

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Last Updated7 months ago
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By K011
By K011

Clonism - A different kind of science fiction by Alice Gordon

‘Clonism’ explores cloning as a common, everyday reality, a banality that is both near and distant. It diverges from the typical, grim, metallic clones by adopting a pastel pop aesthetic and offering a new visual language. This collection redefines perceptions of cloning in popular culture and science, distinguishing it from traditional representations.

Both unsettling and absurd at the same time, the collection symbolizes the banality and redundancy of advanced technology. The pieces represent clones as mere products of consumer society rather than scientific marvels, seamlessly integrating into the mundane. It critiques consumer society and the trivialization of individuality through mass production, reflecting on a world where everything, even humanity, is commodified and disposable.

The use of soft pastels contrasts against the eerie sterility of cloning technology, revealing an absurdity in existence. The color palette and the deadpan stillness highlight the non-functionality of the clones, evoking an artificiality. It's as if we've become so adept at creating life that we've forgotten to imbue it with meaning.

Alice Gordon is a raw AI maximalist. She is a part of the esteemed "Post Photographic Perspectives" artist roster curated by the Fellowship. She has gained recognition for her collections “Disproportionate Anxiety” and “Cognitive Behaviour.” She has a passion for the surrealist movement and calls her distinctive style “absurdist surreal lonerism.” Her art occupies the silent gaps in conscious thoughts, probing the quietest corners of existence and repression. Her creative process is a mixture of experimentation and spontaneity. She is on a journey to reflect the human psyche in a distinctive way.

Preview of entire collection via online catalogue: https://www.katevassgalerie.com/alice-gordon

Clonism by Alice Gordon collection image

Clonism - A different kind of science fiction by Alice Gordon ‘Clonism’ explores cloning as a common, everyday reality, a banality that is both near and distant. It diverges from the typical, grim, metallic clones by adopting a pastel pop aesthetic and offering a new visual language. This collection redefines perceptions of cloning in popular culture and science, distinguishing it from traditional representations. Both unsettling and absurd at the same time, the collection symbolizes the banality and redundancy of advanced technology. The pieces represent clones as mere products of consumer society rather than scientific marvels, seamlessly integrating into the mundane. It critiques consumer society and the trivialization of individuality through mass production, reflecting on a world where everything, even humanity, is commodified and disposable. The use of soft pastels contrasts against the eerie sterility of cloning technology, revealing an absurdity in existence. The color palette

Category Art
Contract Address0x74a8...8f02
Token ID50
Token StandardERC-721
ChainEthereum
Last Updated7 months ago
Creator Earnings
7.5%
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