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Economic Iconoclasm: Neon Gods and Silver Bills

Economic Iconoclasm: Neon Gods and Silver Bills

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This piece is a vibrant mixed-media creation featuring a self-portrait that merges cultural and historical symbolism with modern aesthetics. At its core is a juxtaposition of a smiling, Frankenstein-esque Jesus figure superimposed on currency, blending the divine with the commercial. The choice of bills—a 1960 $1 peso bill from Mexico and a U.S. dollar bill—suggests a commentary on the intersection of economic and spiritual values across borders.

The use of neon orange for the frame electrifies the artwork, demanding attention and encapsulating the energy within. The artwork itself is awash with a dynamic palette of colors, adding a psychedelic and contemporary feel to the otherwise classical imagery. The playfulness of the smiling figure contrasts with the gravity typically associated with religious iconography and monetary significance, inviting reflection on the value systems that shape society.

The artist's signature, "papayon," anchors the piece in personal identity while also engaging with broader themes of cultural exchange, the commodification of religious figures, and the fusion of traditional and modern elements. This work is a bold statement on the fluidity of value—both monetary and moral—in an increasingly interconnected world.

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