This series was taken in the Coyoacan borough of Mexico City, Mexico. I was attracted to the beauty of the cluttered sheets and notices lining the streets. Torn and weathered over time, they reveal jumbled bits of colour and graphics. Partial human body parts and text appearing through paper overlays create unexpected, disjointed, odd, and sometimes humorous relationships, stories, and emotions.
In 1964, communication theorist Marshall McLuhan coined the phrase ‘medium is the message’, and with that in mind, these frayed multi-layered posters relay a sense of complexity, information overload, and fragmentation all at once. A reflection of the modern technological era, global media in general, and our collective state of consciousness – a reminder that everything is temporary and impermanent.
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