The Future As We Know It
Intrigued by the elusiveness of our digital presence in perspective to the world’s history and to the lack of artifacts that will represent our times, I found these stencils to be a reflection of material manifestations of a digital landscape as part of an ongoing study.
As the 18th century painter William Turner strived to express his sentiments of an awe inspiring spiritual world with sublime landscapes, I used the reflection of light and vivid colors to portray the impression of what will be the hieroglyphs of our future as we know it.
–Andrew Tingle, 2015
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