Lo-Fi Art for the Internet Age

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This exhibition made by South Korean artist Noh Sangho draws connections between the vivid images and distinct iconography of the 21st century and the more muted artistic style of previous ages, forming stunning collages of color and interwoven elements of life. By drawing inspiration and source material directly from across the Internet and even directly from Google Image searches, the work highlights a wide range of visuals and subjects, and synthesizes them into a piece that effectively captures the erratic and all-encompassing nature of the kinds of media that are available to us online.

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