Art Jack Shure’s art that unite past, present and future
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Jack Shure’s art that unite past, present and future

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Tommaso Berra
Jack Shure | Collater.al

It would be nice if an artificial intelligence program, collecting from our brains all the information and references accumulated over a lifetime, randomly created jumbled images, in which it would be possible to see images belonging to our past, present and perhaps future.
Artist Jack Shure proceeds in precisely this way to create his works, without making use of any server or algorithm. The compositions of the Colorado-born artist are the even surreal union of images related to his childhood such as cartoons, which are very present in the works, but also some excerpts among those of adult life.
Boundaries of beauty are blurred in the works, and characters end up mingling with each other, interrupting each other in favor of other elements that take over above all others.
Baroque textures on drapes and pillows, sacred and other erotic images, the world of children’s animation recurring as the last visual link to childhood, these are the canvases of Jack Shure, the artist you should start following.

Jack Shure | Collater.al
Jack Shure | Collater.al
Jack Shure | Collater.al
Jack Shure | Collater.al
Jack Shure | Collater.al
Jack Shure | Collater.al
Jack Shure | Collater.al
Jack Shure | Collater.al
Jack Shure | Collater.al


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Written by Tommaso Berra
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