A photo of a mid-20th-century style travel poster to 'simulacrum'

This artwork explores the concept of simulacra, where representations and copies blur the line between reality and imitation. In our era of artificial intelligence, simulacra refer to the abstract models and representations that mimic real-world entities and processes.

A digital design influenced by mid-20th-century travel posters explores the cyclical nature of imitation and reality as an exotic destination. It was transferred onto pre-painted plywood using carbon copy paper and then carefully hand-cut with a fret saw.


Plywood and stainless steel.




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