The project “Is This Modern Society?” is an art-social initiative whose goal is to create reflection and inspiration about the importance of a sustainable technology’s growth in relation to human being’s needs and principles.
I started in 2016 and I create murals, art installations and art exhibitions in several countries. Jointly, I coordinate debates and workshops in Art Centers as much as Universities and Colleges.
My main points of reflection is technology is a key point in our evolution. Its growth and its development is very impressive and useful, but it goes so fast, sometimes we have to change our living habits without having the time to reflect about our changes and their consequences.
The objective is to use the art as a trigger and to let people find in their lives a moment of reflection and inspiration, to find a suitable balance between virtual and real life.
The project uses tools that are implemented separately or together and it has a worldwide profile.
As part of the project I create:
- Murals in public spaces
- Exhibition in Art Centers, Art Galleries or Universities spaces, working singularly with paintings, drawings, video installations and sound installations but also collectively in art installations where I recreate normal situations mixing real objects with art works.
- Debates involving professionals and professors from different disciplines (anthropology, sociology, psychology, marketing, environment, etc.), whose research is related with technology and society.
- Workshops with groups of students and regular people using the project and art as an inspiration to reflect.
You can find tracks of Is this Modern Society? in United States, in Canada, in Mexico, in Great Britain, in Bulgaria, in Spain, etc.
If you need more information about the project and/or if you want to collaborate with me, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLICK ON THE IMAGES BELOW TO SEE THE ART WORKS OF THE PROJECT, DIVIDED IN EACH OF ITS SECTIONS