Dutch Instagram account holder Anneloes Officier gives rise to a viral social network challenge: creating static pantomimes of famous paintings with everyday confinement objects.
World-famous portraits transformed into deep fakes of human faces.
Johnson Tsang, explores the meaning of the face by creating disquieting sculptures.
“The Wool on Foam portraits are tied to my experience of quarantine and recent trauma. Weaving inanimate fibers into faces brings me comfort and helps deal with the issues. These portraits are delicate and vulnerable and resonate with my own precarious situation. We live in fragile times, and I feel the need to find new […]
Grieving woman “sees dead dog’s face in clouds”.
In a conversation between Lukáš Likavčan, theorist and The Terraforming guest faculty, and Sofia Irene, an Eindhoven-based fashion design researcher, an exploration of fashion design’s pre-coronavirus obsession with face masks brings us closer to untangling different cultural meanings of clothing and their potential to open up new horizons of political imagination.
Generated.photos produces facial photos generated completely by AI.
An Italian company sells lamps shaped with the silhouette of one’s face.
Eyebombing is the art of sticking “googly eyes” onto an inanimate object in the public sphere, in a way that cleverly lends the object the appearance of a living creature. Bulgarian artist Vanyu Krastev masters the art.
Ewa Nowak has created a solution for this type of Big Brother-esque monitoring—an elegant and minimalist metal mask called Incognito.