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The Perfect Machine by Lance Letscher Pays Homage to Humans' Love of Tech

By: Jessica Marcel - Published:   Updated: Aug 3 2011 • References: dbermangallery & mocoloco
The d berman gallery in Austin, Texas, will be featuring work from artist Lance Letscher beginning April 1st. The showcase is titled 'The Perfect Machine,' and it features collage-covered technology. With 'The Perfect Machine,' Letscher seeks to comment on humans' ever-growing dependence on machinery and technology.

Among the highlights of the show are a color-covered motorcyle and a pastel and plaid gun. Check out the d berman gallery website for more.

Implications - The idea of technological dependence in current society, particularly in developed countries, is a concept that has gained enormous popularity and attention in recent years. Several artists have been creating art that makes a statement and revolts against the notion of technological dependence. Businesses may benefit by appealing to consumers who appreciate technological advancements but also yearn for the days of simplicity and independence from technological restraints.

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