Daphna Laszlo-Katzor

My works depict a world taken over by technological development, which threatens to destroy the primordiality and beauty of nature, and in this process, people lose touch with nature and are rendered disconnected and distant. Technology takes over the human spirit. Children, mostly, who have not experienced and have not been exposed to the old world, without technology, are essentially born into this cold, estranged world and lack the happiness which nature bestows upon humanity.

This reality creates distance and coldness between human beings. Nature promotes closeness, and technology creates a virtual closeness which is not actual.

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Title: Childhood Frost
Medium: Digital art
Size: 25.4×18.45cm
Date: 2015

 

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Title: Young Girl and the Sea
Medium: Digital art
Size: 25.4×17.53cm
Date: 2003

 

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Title: Children with Moonflowers
Medium: Digital art
Size: 25.4×16.3cm
Date: 2017

 

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Title: Childhood Eruption
Medium: Digital art
Size: 25.4×16.44cm
Date: 2015

 

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Title: The Escape
Medium: Digital art
Size: 25.4×15.8cm
Date: 2015

 

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Title: Transformation 2
Medium: Digital art
Size: 25.4×18.98cm
Date: 2015

 

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Interior view of Museum of Czech China Contemporary Museum, 2017