Code Is Social | Painting
a Neo-Expressionist painting
32 W x 39.5 H x 0.75 / 81 x 100 x 2 cm
Enamel, Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, Spray Paintl, Oil Stick on Canvas.
This colorful painting is stretched, wired and ready to hang. The sides of this mixed-media artwork are painted, and it does not require framing.
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Upon viewing "Code is Social" by Diego Tirigall, one is immediately struck by the artist's deft use of color and composition. The piece presents a bold contrast of black, pink, and yellow tones that dance across the canvas, evoking a sense of playful tension.
As one delves deeper into the work, one begins to notice the intricate layers of meaning that are woven throughout. The inclusion of symbols and text invites the viewer to reflect on the role of social media in modern society, and the potential dangers that come with new technological advancements. The phrases "Chemistry dynamite," "Physics and atomic bomb," and "Internet Facebook" serve as a stark reminder of the precarious balance between progress and potential disaster.
Tirigall's use of humor is subtle yet effective, as he deftly combines disparate elements such as the classic "Like" symbol with more serious themes of power and control. This creates a thought-provoking commentary on the impact of social media on our daily lives, and the broader implications for society as a whole.
Overall, "Code is Social" is a powerful work that encourages the viewer to contemplate the ways in which technology has shaped our world. Through his masterful use of color, composition, and symbolism, Tirigall invites us to consider the consequences of our actions, and to tread carefully as we navigate this ever-changing landscape.
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