Blue Vision examines the commoditization of beauty and links the adornment of the body and objects to capitalism. Inspired by the artist’s own mother’s preoccupation with selling clothing on the internet, the artist displays how we assign value to objects and ourselves. This capitalist philosophy marries reflected light to worth: the most value to the most adorned. Like a mighty arm that extends across borders, commoditization has transformed all cultures. We all constantly search for shiny new things in the physical and digital world.
5.7 x 8.4 x 0.9 inches
Signed by artist
Comes with US plug and custom cable
Nkechi Ebubedike is a Nigerian-American artist currently living in New York. She is a MA graduate from Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, London (2011) and a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She studied at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France in 2005. Working across painting, sculpture, photography and installation, Nkechi Ebubedike makes material assemblages and videos, experimenting with the distortion and suspension of meaningful, culturally significant images.
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Loop Duration 0m 54s
This video print is curated by HERVISIONS x Studio As We Are. The collaboration strengthens their joint mission of creating space for digital art to exist IRL and cultivating, supporting and advancing voices in New Media. The femme-focused collection is also exhibiting at the CADAF Online virtual art fair this June 25th through June 28th 2020.
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