fragmentary sensations, eclectic nostalgia, disposable simulacra, and promiscuous superficiality

Digital prints, Polaroids, transparency, iPhone, vinyl

2016
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"Postmodernity is said to be a culture of fragmentary sensations, eclectic nostalgia, disposable simulacra, and promiscuous superficiality, in which the traditionally valued qualities of depth, coherence, meaning, originality, and authenticity are evacuated or dissolved amid the random swirl of empty signals.”

— Jean Baudrillard