The Fever Dream series is comprised of six large-scale monochromatic paintings, which were created by magnifying the artist’s sketches by a factor of 500%. Each work in the series features cryptic and fantastical imagery, replete with recurring symbols and motifs such as smoke, brick buildings, amorphous substances, pyjama patterns, bowl haircuts, and disjointed body parts, that are arranged in a dreamlike fashion.
The utilization of black and white hues in the works may serve to challenge perceptions of binary thinking, while the enlarged format of the original drawings may raise questions about the preservation of artistic integrity and the ramifications of information loss. Furthermore, the surreal nature of the works collectively convey a sense of delirium and information overload, reflecting the shape-shifting and illogical nature of our digital lives.
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