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fear of transportation

By PranavMishra
Fear of tranformation
fear of transportation
Fear of change
Run forward to a world of virtual reality or cling to your all too humane personality to become extinct and powerless in future?
It appears we have very tough choices to make today.

an ambitious attempt. i dont know how far i am successful. does it drive the idea home?

Tags: Self portrait Portraits and people Matrix Digital Rain

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woolybill1 Plus
10 22 70 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2012 9:13AM

Quote:does it drive the idea home?

Yes. There is much food for thought in this as in all your recent work.

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SlowSong Plus
8 6.8k 29 England
24 Aug 2012 12:56PM
Not sure if I really get it, but I love the imagery.
Chinga Plus
6 3 1 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2012 2:03PM
A very mind boggling image... Hard to stop looking... IB
24 Aug 2012 2:13PM
Amazing work, PK. Deep
PranavMishra 4 52 17 India
24 Aug 2012 2:39PM

Quote:A very mind boggling image... Hard to stop looking... IB

You are right... It was over ambitious from my side as well as may be a case of over-imagination.. I tried to mingle two things : 1. the absolutely imaginative film funda (Matrix) about transformation into a virtual world and 2. what's happening in reality, ie. generations after generations becoming more and more cyber or virtual world crazy and thus leaving the traditional personality of their ancestors behind.. All in all to drive the idea that future may as well see us (i mean generations later) living in a world that we believe today is much virtual..

6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2012 8:31PM
A rather poignant thought. No won likes change, especially when one has no real choice. However I often think about the one and ever so clever 'Master Card' TV advertisement, when thinking about change, the slogan 'Your flexible Friend' has certainly come to the forefront of my mind, when I have been given very little option other than to 'CHANGE'.

Regards Nathan
I'm loving your pictures. Each appears to be so well thought out and original. This is my current favourite...until the next One I look at I expect...


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