PRIMAE NOCTIS
(Dis)appear

(Dis)appear

Chen Ke, Aditya Novali, Aung Ko

Published by: Primae Noctis Art Gallery
The presence or disappearance of man and humanity in contemporary art often have a value of sociopoliticalcritique, reflection on identity, irony or alienation from reality. Today, the human body in art, althoughexcessively and constantly exhibited, is substantially destroyed, diminished, little considered. It is possible toobserve a progressive dematerialization of the body, a loss of recognizable appearance, until the expression andassertion of the body in the void of absence."(Dis) appear", featuring three artists very distant in origins and production, but which, in different ways, expressthe disappearance and the appearance of the human in many different forms.