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Les Illuminés

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Albertine Meunier has been practicing so-called digital art since 1998, and is particularly inclined to use the Internet as raw material. She defines herself as a Net artist, which is not necessarily her artistic net value. This mildly obsolete expression—a Net artist is, quite simply, an artist of her time—helps to give her a human face, far from the coldness of digital machines. Read more

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Three men—Larry Page, Sergueï Brin and Eric Schmidt—and their angelic faces symbolize the Google company. Its “Don’t be evil” slogan might lead us to believe that this company is angelic by definition and par excellence. In many ways, Google is angelic, delivering us from the many hardships that we endure on the demonic Internet. Google makes our lives easier, and for that reason we love it, even adore it. It has become a new kind of all-powerful God, venerated for its permanent presence.

Then, Google duplicates us on server farms using the data it captures: keyword searches, geolocation coordinates, images, etc., building over time in the Sky, in our collective Cloud, our clone. For a while now, this company has been determined to immortalize us through projects around Singularity and Transhumanism.

Are those three wise men not our post-modern enlightened…? What if these singular thoughts, accompanied by immense power, could transform our beliefs forever?
Trinity!
Vanity!
Memento Mori –remember that you will die– of modern times.

Additional Information

Weight 1.3 kg
Dimensions 60 x 60 x 30 cm
Artiste

Albertine Meunier

Country

France

Year

2015

Technique

Mixed Media

Edition

Original artwork

Certificate of authenticity

Yes