Excessive stimulation - Limited Edition 4 of 20 Photograph by Fares Micue

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Photography: Color, Digital, Manipulated on Paper.

Limited edition of 20

Excessive stimulation:This image came to my mind after seen a recent a polemic happening in South Korea regarding a famous ice cream chain advertisement been accused of the sexualization of the young girl who stars the ad,but after watched it I did not get that feeling but just a cute girl doing and ice cream ad.So after this I thought to myself that maybe is the individual's mind who receives and interpret things in different ways,or maybe is this new society where we are flooded with information that our brain refuse to take things just the way they are and is always looking for a hidden message behind everything.
So I did an image of a girl dress in white to symbolize innocence in a pose that a lot of people might connect with sexuality and the yellow symbolizing the over stimulation of today's society that make us perceive things in a different way(dress tinted with yellow).

Printed on high quality fine art Canson paper,signed certificate of authenticity include.

*Small size available 9,8Hx9,8W inch - 350$+shipping -Edition of 10

*If you would like to get your work already framed,the price would be an additional 60$,you can choose between a selection of wood frames.In this case it would be delivered on a custom made cardboard box.

For more information contact:curator@saatchiart.com



Excessive stimulation - Limited Edition 4 of 20

Fares Micue



Size: 19.7 W x 19.7 H x 0.1 in

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