One more stained glass piece for the series I've been working on. I'm calling this one "Book of Faces". The star of this one is the "Like" button, but I also took inspiration from the ancient Chinese divination text, I Ching (Book of Changes). The book’s concept of two elements (light/dark, yang/yin) creating the fabric our reality was the basis for the binary code (1s and 0s) that is used to power our modern computers. The code I've included here (01100110) is for the lowercase "f", or Facebook's logo. 🤓
Knowing all of that, I wanted the viewer to consider a few things while looking at this piece: the nature of reality in the digital age, the fact that we ourselves have become 1s and 0s via our offerings of likes/dislikes on social media, data that can then be sold directly or indirectly to either good or bad organizations (see: Cambridge Analytica), thus raising questions about the nature of freedom in this digital age. And it all comes back to how everything is always a double-edged sword — the good and the bad are chained, coexisting with another.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.