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Inverso Mundus
The title of the work, Inverso – both an Italian “reverse, the opposite” and the Old Italian “poetry,” and Mundus – the Latin “world,” hints at a reinterpretation of reality, a poetic vision. In our interpretation, the absurdist scenes from the medieval carnival appear as episodes of contemporary life in a multichannel video installation. Characters act out scenes of absurd social utopias and exchange masks, morphing from beggars to rich men, from policemen to thieves. Metrosexual street-cleaners are showering the city with refuse. Female inquisitors torture men on IKEA-style structures. Children and seniors are fighting in a kickboxing match. Inverso Mundus is a world where chimeras are pets and the Apocalypse is entertainment.

SHINTARO KAGO

駕籠 真太郎
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Синтаро Каго

Strange and twisted illustrations by Japanese Shintaro Kago, the great and tortured mangaka precursor of the “fashionable paranoia”. Surreal illustrations in which he does not hesitate to push his concepts to their fullest to express his ideas with humor. Some incredible images amid criticism of modern Japanese society…

SHINTARO KAGO

駕籠 真太郎
신타로 카고
Синтаро Каго

Strange and twisted illustrations by Japanese Shintaro Kago, the great and tortured mangaka precursor of the “fashionable paranoia”. Surreal illustrations in which he does not hesitate to push his concepts to their fullest to express his ideas with humor. Some incredible images amid criticism of modern Japanese society…

andres serrano

Uncensored photographs
torture

TAKATA FUYUHIKO

高田冬彦
torture in heaven

DAVID LEWANDOWSKI

Flying Lotus Tiny Tortures