Hard-hitting Israeli-born artist, Omer Fast, produces contemporary tales of alienation and loss often through the distorted conventions of cinema and television. Frequently examining the image as a credible means to disseminate information, Fast weaves personal stories with media narratives. Controversial and politically incisive, his films generate confusion by merging fantasy and reality, and by blurring the boundaries between… Read more
About the artwork
Omer Fast’s collection of “look at me, I am here, this is me” poses puts the spotlight on the modern selfie phenomena. By taking them out of context and including Hollywood actors and nobodies, Fast reveals the silly conceitedness of it all, whilst mediating on the psyche of the white male.