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Artist Slams Selfie Culture With These Brilliant Mirrors

Artist Slams Selfie Culture With These Brilliant Mirrors image

Artist Slams Selfie Culture With These Brilliant Mirrors

These neon and mirror sculptures totally roast selfie culture like nothing else. Messages like "Take a selfie" read as "Fake a life" while "I love you" becomes "I'm over you". These mind-bending mirror pieces are just a little too true for comfort.

Instigated by Colombian artist Camilo Matiz, this series highlights the difference between reality and our own personal, carefully curated images.

The series title itself explains all: Here Not Here describes the common state of existence these days. Everyone is tied to their phone, their favorite social media platform, and their preferred constructed image. We are constantly "here" physically, but not really "here" at all.

These pieces are created using neon signage and glass mirrors. The sign reads as one message, but when viewed in the mirror's reflection, the message is completely different.

Find more of Matiz's work here.

Via Avant Gallery

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