Thursday, 6 March 2014

Lewis Booth – The Modern Paradox

A modern smartphone contains far more computing power than NASA had access to when they sent the first men to the moon, yet we use them as mindless distractions or to share photos of our lunch.

As a lifelong technology enthusiast I enjoy exploring the relationship between humanity and technology, and by taking a critical look at how our lives are being impacted by the latest gadgets and innovations, my work invites the viewer to think about how they use technology and question its value and uses in modern life.

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