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Perceptive Identity | JUSTIN BOWER

Artist Justin Bower creates philosophical conundrums in his paintings that challenge the concept of self, perception and identity.

“He paints his subjects as de-stabilized, fractured post-humans in a nexus of interlocking spatial systems. His paintings problematize how we define ourselves in this digital and virtual age while suggesting the impossibility of grasping such a slippery notion.”

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Artist Justin Bower creates philosophical conundrums in his paintings that challenge the concept of self, perception and identity. He paints his subjects as de-stabilized, fractured post-humans in a nexus of interlocking spatial systems. His paintings problematize how we define ourselves in this digital and virtual age while suggesting the impossibility of grasping such a slippery notion. Via news.upperplayground.com (1)

Artist Justin Bower creates philosophical conundrums in his paintings that challenge the concept of self, perception and identity. He paints his subjects as de-stabilized, fractured post-humans in a nexus of interlocking spatial systems. His paintings problematize how we define ourselves in this digital and virtual age while suggesting the impossibility of grasping such a slippery notion. Via news.upperplayground.com (2)

Artist Justin Bower creates philosophical conundrums in his paintings that challenge the concept of self, perception and identity. He paints his subjects as de-stabilized, fractured post-humans in a nexus of interlocking spatial systems. His paintings problematize how we define ourselves in this digital and virtual age while suggesting the impossibility of grasping such a slippery notion. Via news.upperplayground.com (3)

Artist Justin Bower creates philosophical conundrums in his paintings that challenge the concept of self, perception and identity. He paints his subjects as de-stabilized, fractured post-humans in a nexus of interlocking spatial systems. His paintings problematize how we define ourselves in this digital and virtual age while suggesting the impossibility of grasping such a slippery notion. Via news.upperplayground.com (4)

Artist Justin Bower creates philosophical conundrums in his paintings that challenge the concept of self, perception and identity. He paints his subjects as de-stabilized, fractured post-humans in a nexus of interlocking spatial systems. His paintings problematize how we define ourselves in this digital and virtual age while suggesting the impossibility of grasping such a slippery notion. Via news.upperplayground.com (5)

Artist Justin Bower creates philosophical conundrums in his paintings that challenge the concept of self, perception and identity. He paints his subjects as de-stabilized, fractured post-humans in a nexus of interlocking spatial systems. His paintings problematize how we define ourselves in this digital and virtual age while suggesting the impossibility of grasping such a slippery notion. Via news.upperplayground.com (6)

Artist Justin Bower creates philosophical conundrums in his paintings that challenge the concept of self, perception and identity. He paints his subjects as de-stabilized, fractured post-humans in a nexus of interlocking spatial systems. His paintings problematize how we define ourselves in this digital and virtual age while suggesting the impossibility of grasping such a slippery notion. Via news.upperplayground.com (7)

Artist Justin Bower creates philosophical conundrums in his paintings that challenge the concept of self, perception and identity. He paints his subjects as de-stabilized, fractured post-humans in a nexus of interlocking spatial systems. His paintings problematize how we define ourselves in this digital and virtual age while suggesting the impossibility of grasping such a slippery notion. Via news.upperplayground.com (8)

Artist Justin Bower creates philosophical conundrums in his paintings that challenge the concept of self, perception and identity. He paints his subjects as de-stabilized, fractured post-humans in a nexus of interlocking spatial systems. His paintings problematize how we define ourselves in this digital and virtual age while suggesting the impossibility of grasping such a slippery notion. Via news.upperplayground.com (9)

Artist Justin Bower creates philosophical conundrums in his paintings that challenge the concept of self, perception and identity. He paints his subjects as de-stabilized, fractured post-humans in a nexus of interlocking spatial systems. His paintings problematize how we define ourselves in this digital and virtual age while suggesting the impossibility of grasping such a slippery notion. Via news.upperplayground.com (10)

Artist Justin Bower creates philosophical conundrums in his paintings that challenge the concept of self, perception and identity. He paints his subjects as de-stabilized, fractured post-humans in a nexus of interlocking spatial systems. His paintings problematize how we define ourselves in this digital and virtual age while suggesting the impossibility of grasping such a slippery notion. Via news.upperplayground.com (11)