Pandemic Panic Pinball
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George spent most of the year with no idea what was going on or what he should be doing. Slogans and numbers flickered by rapidly, changing and vanishing before he could figure out what they were supposed to mean or if they were actually important. It was bewildering and weirdly frightening for him.
The world became something he watched through screens - and forgot so much. The artist barely knew what to think about all of this and didn't even know if that in itself even bothered him. Everything seemed to be locked in a dull new limbo, like a bad movie with no plot and poorly written characters that should have ended 45 minutes ago.
George sat on his sofa for months with nothing changing, but somehow it was still all a blur. He always thought he’d be really, really good at the apocalypse when it came, just like he always thought he’d be really, really good at pinball.
Pandemic Panic Pinball, 2020
Inks, digital, digital collage
A4, A3, A2 prints available on request
Courtesy of the artist