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Arty-Fact: “Ludovico Aversion Therapy / All Your Dreams Belong To Us” was the title of a solo exhibition held in 2009. The title referenced the human behavior reconditioning treatment from A Clockwork Orange (the 1972 cult-classic film by Stanley Kubrick), in which the patient’s eyelids are forced open to watch disturbing footage containing subliminal messages.
“Unamerican Graffitti” was one of several faces created by D*Face questioning the increasing turnover and bombardment of imagery by the media as well as how much, if any and what parts, we recall, digest and retain.
In the words of the artist, “This is essentially a culmination of what goes on inside my head when you have that semi dream-like state where you are falling between awake and asleep and your brain is trying to decipher the day and trying to store what’s relevant and get rid of what’s irrelevant.”
Source: Urban Art Core