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Limited Edition 1 of 10 + 1 AP signed and numbered on the back. Inkjet print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag® with 3 cm white border. Have a Nice Day is an ongoing project since August 2010. It is an ongoing personal project since 2010. It is a series of digital artworks containing random pictures of anonymous people sourced from the internet. One very important theme in this series is to question personal identity and its fleeting characteristic in our modern times. This series can also be regarded as a form of digital recycling, as well as an ironic statement on how our perception of aesthetics has been greatly influenced by the digitally altered images from media. In my more recent and abstract pieces, I am interested in conveying certain scenes for the viewer to enter, triggering an expansive imagination of their own. The visual aspect of the work is engaging, almost in a physical way. Website: http://dasplayhaus.tumblr.com/
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Born in Taiwan, JCT Li studied Interactive Media Design in Singapore and in 2008 she relocated to Germany where received her MFA in Public Art and New Artistic Strategies in 2010 at the Bauhaus University of Weimar, Germany. Since 2010, JCT Li has been engaged in her ongoing, ever-evolving project Have a Nice Day, a series of digital photo collages she composes with photos of anonymous people sourced online. She then digitally warps the images until the features are unrecognizable, often barely registering as human forms. JCT considers this practice both a form of digital ‚recycling‘ and a comment on how our perceptions are so heavily influenced by photoshopped images.
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