Buffering 2

  November 2020 Medium: Spray Paint and Latex
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This work is a commentary on the way mural art interacts with the public. Located in a narrow alley, initially, this mural, rising two storeys, seems purely nebulous, of little interest. It doesn’t contain the usual mural tropes: hypersaturated colours, meticulous details or happy images. Instead, when viewed on a small screen, the image appears—someone tormented, blurry but recognizable.

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