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Frank Moth and the collages between real and surreal

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Giulia Guido
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We’ve talked about digital collages many times and for a long time. Overlaps made with computers or tablets that create dialogues between different, distant worlds, irreconcilable styles, and unthinkable ideas. Among the various artists who devote themselves to this art, Frank Moth stands out, arriving to be published in some of the best newspapers in the world and to be acclaimed by critics.

Though it doesn’t sound like it, Frank Moth is the stage name for not one, but two Athens-based creatives whose work takes us on a journey to the impossible. The elements they use and reuse, without ever falling into banality, are the unknown, the unknowable, so the faces of their characters are always covered, hidden, and the boundaries, the limits, not only the geographical ones but also those of the imagination, of the thinkable.

So, in a way that even we can’t explain ourselves, we can also identify with a couple who, in the silence of space, admire the Earth.

Discover all Frank Moth’s works on his website and on his Instagram profile.

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