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Bush piccolo no.5 - Limited Edition of 3

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Bush piccolo no.5 - Limited Edition of 3 Photograph

Kirsty Sim

United Kingdom

Photography, Color on Paper

Size: 20 W x 24 H x 0.1 D in

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For modern people living in the Internet age, identifying as a fan is becoming one of the dominant ways of consuming pop art. The image of the idol is disassembled by fans and is reborn by reassembling the disassembled pieces. This relationship, which exists somewhere between the object of desire and the subject, asks questions about the possibility of synchronising reality with non-realism. Fans’ love is still considered strange because it is difficult to substitute fan culture for the connection made by having a direct relationship with the other person. Nevertheless, it could be prejudicial and brutal to dismiss this affection as strange because the world has never heard of this love or seen it properly.

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Photography Print:Color on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:3

Size:20 W x 24 H x 0.1 D in

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Kirsty Sim (Korean:심훈) (born 02 November, 1990) is a South Korean artist. She lives and works in London and Seoul. Kirsty studied MA Photography at the Royal College of Art in London to further the research of humanities and relationships of existence that do not exist in real life. She has been working as a photographer with Fashion and Art Magazines and, last year, she was selected for the Bloomberg New Contemporary 2020. Kirsty Sim’s work shows a constructive aspect of photography by manipulating reality and rebuilding facts. She uses art to actualise what she wants to see as it allows a space for fantasies to become their own reality

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