The lost world, Nantes, France

This exhibition is special because it shows how our society has been lost and creations that reflect our imagination.

A man covers his ears from noise, he is dressed in a suit and does not really know what is happening, and his face is projected on a geometric form to emphasise the global effect of the feelings he is having. It seems that he is not the only one.

The projection of nothing, the projection has no image and there is only one image on the red wall. The room is empty and quiet. The room is waiting to be filled with joy.

A red light inside the tree attached to rops. Nature is touched by inventions, two branches show the beginning of the new generation of nature.

The bourgeois beast, dressed like a king and pointing to the face of the woman with the red, he seems to admire the potrait of the overspoken society.

What are you thinking about? The mind is a machine that works not only with feelings, but also with images and signs.

The girl is watching you and her smile is enough to make her presence felt in your room. Try to look at her hair or her dress and you will find that she is still watching you, even if you do not look her in the eyes.

How would you describe your mood? Are you more digital ? More clown ? Is your head upside down? Are you about to fall asleep? The size of the face is impressive and the lights change the facial features.




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Tayyeb Aqeel

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Writings in business, political and environmental

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