The organizers of the “Emoji Art & Design Show” say the show aims to examine “the emoji zeitgeist.” Through an open call, 22 artists were selected to present emoji inspired works that present “a wide range of mediums from digital prints, sculptures, video and performance art, tackling themes such as emotional ambiguity, symbology, and visual communication.”
1. “Shift Key” by Maya Ben Ezer
2. “Emojis” by Kyle M.F. Williams
3. “Emojinal Art” by Genie Alfonzo
4. “Chromat Bustier” by Becca McCharen
5. “Cement Piece 2” by Arkadiy Ryabin
6. “Untitled” by Ibon Mainar
7. “The Emoji Autism Spectrum” by Genevieve Belleveau
8. “The Garden of Emoji” by Carla Gannis
9. “Transiconmorphosis” by Emilio Vavarella and Fito Segrera
10. “Emoji Tracker” by Matthew Rothenberg
11. “Emoji Wallpaper” by Zoe Burnett
12. “Emojinal 2” by Fahad Alhunaif
“Emoji Art & Design Show” is showing from Dec. 12 through Dec. 14 at Eyebeam Art+Technology Center, 540 West 21st St.; (212) 937-6580.
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