Artist Hervé Graumann creates impressive installations using mass-produced every day objects. His works are at once thrones to commodity culture and disdainful commentary on the never ending supply of useless consumer goods. Graumann says, “ My ‘inspiration’ started when I took the ‘computer’ as a model. It was in the 80′s, and it was quite a new subject to observe and to think about at that time: the nature of it, of what was on or under the screen and how to manage it. The act of ‘saving’ an image, to be able to modify or duplicate datas."

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