How to make a bomb
This pictorial polyptych belongs to a series of art pieces aimed to make evident how simple it is to be immerse within a destruction process and how numb we are about it. The main image presented by this piece of art printed in white over a grey square is the number of results by Google when looking for “How to make a bomb?”. Surrounding this outrageous number are several explosion images taken from recent war conflict footages stored in digital means on line.
Intertwined with a conceptual burden, these images reveal not only the effects of deliberate destruction but also its denied presence in societies with internet access.
How to make a bomb, 2016.
13-piece polyptych. Oil on wood panel.
100 x 200 x 8 cm.