Postponed to April 2021
Cynthia Naggar refines herself in digital art. Always pushing boundaries of her art, she innovates into public interactivity using video, sound and biofeedback. She has this desire to make visible the invisible in us. A minimalist work that illustrates a very primitive relationship between man and machine, but that somewhat questions the public about their presence in space and in the time that they occupy.
Video has always been at the heart of her work; a deconstructed and uncertain representation of memories. An influence of popular culture tinged with a poetic beauty that is at once absurd, funny and tragic.
Newly, she is exploring performance and new technologies.