About this artwork
The phenomena captured here are hard to reconcile in terms of proximate relatedness, but not everything in life is proximate. A still from Getty’s masterpiece ‘The Evil Within’, alongside an image of skin-diseased hands in a tranquil, pre-prayerful mudra; and then a Roswell-like transformational sequence, recording one kind of facial distortion merging into yet another. Burger King and Pepsi have joined forces with Dr Earl Nietzsche in his revivalist ‘Big Tent’ redemptive outreach, and you can hardly do other than to wish them all the best.

[Part of a limited edition artwork sequence, 1 of only 8]
[Notes] My works are portals to strange and disturbing worlds which cannot be reached any other way. [For a more detailed explanation please check my writings online and videos on Youtube.]
[All artworks are printed on archive quality oyster paper and then professionally framed, with reinforced backing and museum standard acrylic/Perspex. The framing of the larger works alone costs around $2k. Each artwork is shipped in a specially constructed packing case. I personally supervise the production of each one.]

Burger King: phenomenology [Limited edition artwork]

Jakob Zaaiman
London (UK), United Kingdom
Digital collage
150 x 103 x 0.1 cm
€19,488 incl. VAT
About this artwork
The phenomena captured here are hard to reconcile in terms of proximate relatedness, but not everything in life is proximate. A still from Getty’s masterpiece ‘The Evil Within’, alongside an image of skin-diseased hands in a tranquil, pre-prayerful mudra; and then a Roswell-like transformational sequence, recording one kind of facial distortion merging into yet another. Burger King and Pepsi have joined forces with Dr Earl Nietzsche in his revivalist ‘Big Tent’ redemptive outreach, and you can hardly do other than to wish them all the best.

[Part of a limited edition artwork sequence, 1 of only 8]
[Notes] My works are portals to strange and disturbing worlds which cannot be reached any other way. [For a more detailed explanation please check my writings online and videos on Youtube.]
[All artworks are printed on archive quality oyster paper and then professionally framed, with reinforced backing and museum standard acrylic/Perspex. The framing of the larger works alone costs around $2k. Each artwork is shipped in a specially constructed packing case. I personally supervise the production of each one.]

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