Moran Victoria Sabbag: The Human World is a Mess | A Solo Exhibition
Saturday, November 28 2015
Exhibition runs: November 28, 2015 to January 8, 2016
Love It Art is pleased to present The Human World is a Mess, a solo show by Tel Aviv-based artist Moran Victoria Sabbag. This virtual 3D interactive exhibition is a survey of Sabbag’s digital collages from 2013 to the present. Her distinctive, eclectic and surreal artworks intrigue us to reconsider the way that we perceive and interpret the world around us. The world is indeed a mess but why?
Her philosophical artworks mirror the fragmented world in which we live. Each collage offers a snapshot into the hyper accelerated, continuous feed of images, videos and text that we are all subjected to on a daily basis. These relentless streams of media, momentarily paused, can then be dissected and opened up to critical, thoughtful debate. She asks us to think philosophically about the world around us, to become more soulful and intuitive, to analyze why it exists in its current state and to find our way and inner peace.
Her visually seductive and intelligent artworks have been exhibited in LA, San Francisco, Copenhagen, Tel Aviv and London, and capture the eye with their dynamic style and bold use of form and structure. Each composition is an imagined space held together by huge sweeping spines, grids and geometric patterns. Hand sketched eyes and medical drawings converge with airplanes, graphs and antiquated machinery. Flying fish drop water balloons on giraffes in scenic, imaginary landscapes and each artwork occupies a fantastical, digital realm that has been created instinctively by Sabbag’s perceptive hand.
Visually and conceptually, Sabbag draws influence from surrealism. She offers her audience new perspectives to look upon and contemplate our messy, fragmented world with fresh and curious eyes.
Click here to view the entire exhibition in our 3D interactive gallery: http://ow.ly/PMR6C.
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