Thursday, May 24, 2012

iProtest by Azza Zein








Who thought such violence could be turned into art?
Azza Zein turns thousands of photographs of the Arab Spring protests into this incredibly intricate carpet.

"iProtest highlights the virtual and domestic nature of experiencing revolutions digitally. Zein maps the digital public space into private space by distorting and juxtaposing images of protests. Viewers can explore the optical illusion of patterns against the reality of photographs."

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1 comment:

  1. Magnesium:
    As in Tolstoy's famous say: "the stronger the [genuine] infection, the better is the art."

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