Humanity Drowning in Technology by Elizabeth Elkin
Elizabeth Elkin is a Soviet-trained artist who has experimented with various artistic forms, including expressionism, cubism, impressionism, abstract and realism. She primarily paints using acrylic paint and a spatula. Humanity Drowning in Technology was influenced by discussions with the artist on technology and the brain. This painting captures the anxiety of information technology through an expressionist perspective. Acrylic on canvas. Ottawa, 1996.
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Unframed: 48"/122cm x 36"/91.5cm