Published on Tuesday, June 21sy, 2011
The much anticipated, NYC exhibition, DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION
, features renown artists Estevan Oriol, N8 Van Dyke, Sam Flores and Jeremy Fish inspired by Square Enix's, has opened on July 11th.
The exhibition attempts to seamlessly bring together aesthetics, contemporary designs from modern architecture and geometrical art installations from a video game world. The focus is on transhumanism in video game inspired art. Delving into the moral risks of artificial body augmentation, artists work through fascinating creative ideas in this framework. DEUS EX
is one of the most critically acclaimed video game franchises and praised for its in-game art. A debut of works from esteemed artists of street art, visual, graffiti, and photography is displaying work in New York City’s, 28 Wooster Street Social Club for two weeks.
A unique group of artists have been handpicked to create one-of-a-kind pieces that explore the game's key storyline: the state of humanity, which in the DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION
. Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will be put towards supporting further education in the arts.
What is more true; art inspired from everyday life or works provoked by the virtual reality of a video game?