TIGRAN TSITOGHDZYAN

mirror

source: mymodernmet

In Mirror, we’re able to see every defining attribute of a woman’s visage through a pair of hands that are placed over the subject’s face, attempting to cloak her physical identity. However, there is no way for this young woman to conceal herself. It is reflective of internet culture in the world we live in, today, where it continually becomes exceedingly difficult to reach any level of anonymity. The large-scale mural, measuring at 100″ x 70″, is part of Tsitoghdzyan’s Millenium collection that criticizes the tech-reliant culture we live in, which he refers to as a “technology renaissance.”