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The Generation Xer. Trapped between the desire to escape to a Utopian landscape and the reality of Urban life.
This is early days Digital Art. Photoshop 1.5Original Photos of my then life reconstructed into this work.
Hope you enjoy. Damian
generation, dreaming, escape, captured, utopia, cought
Some words that I find fitting for this image:
From: The Urban Dictionary;http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=...
Escapeism Originating in the time of Confucius and closely linked with Taoism, it includes all activities, hobbies, and moments (for example, self-realizations and other forms of enlightenment) that induces a state of detachment, euphoria, occasionally memory loss, and can also often leads to adventure.Escapeism can also be defined as a philosophy or “way” of life. The Escapeist philosophy can be defined in four parts (all of which have infinite potential to combine to fit each individuals’ path):1. The inclination to break free from confinement or control.2. The ability to successfully avoid dangerous or unpleasant things.3. A mastering of the art of escape to somewhere or from somewhere through certain rituals or activities specific to each individual.4. A partiality to or impulse for temporary distraction from reality or routine.
Escapeism is not a religion, it does not involve any kind of deity, but rather a path of life and/or state of mind which exists as means of promoting compelling experiences which allow the individual to enjoy a transient, yet genuine and fulfilling euphoria.The most common practiced form of Escapeism is often tied in with what sociologists would label “deviant behavior.”