Lebenson Gallery Paris, France
According to Data Smog, with the advance of technology, we have been able to progress in terms of society and economy. Communication is instantaneous, knowledge is abundant, and as humans we try to keep up with this expansion of data that continues to accumulate from around the world.
However, it is the overwhelming amount of information that is de ned as data smog; “this unexpected, unwelcome part of our atmosphere, an expression for the noxious muck and druck of the Information age.”
Felipe Pantone communicates this expression in a new series, featuring his signature vivid spectrums, highly evolved geometric shapes and rendered dimensional solids to create an ultra-modern aesthetic.
March 26th - May 9th 2016