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Pope 3rd February 2017 part by Oliver Sin

21 Jun Pope 3rd February 2017

 

In 2009 on the Christmas Eve Mess Pope Benedict XVI was dragged to the ground by a woman, who was later identified as Susanna Maiolo, 25, having tried to attack the pontiff the year before too. The attack was fairly harmless, and the woman was taken to a mental hospital. Not every attack against a pontiff ended well, however. Pope John Paul II for example was shot four times in St Peter’s Square in May 1981 by a Turkish man. In 1970 Pope Paul VI was almost stabbed by an artist in Manila, Philippines. 22 years later, on 12 May 1982, a former Roman Catholic priest named Juan María Fernández y Krohn tried to stab Pope John Paul II with a bayonet.

oil and oil pastel on canvas, 70X100cm

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my-endless-head-oliver-sin

09 Jun Route In Paris & My Endless Head

oil, oil pastel on canvas, 2 pieces 50X70cm

private collection

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Android-oliver-sin

09 Jun Science Art | Android

5th December 3847

oil and pencil on canvas, 60X40cm

Science Art. Not so long ago it was just science-fiction, today it is rather reality that man can create human-like robots, androids,  thanks to the rapid development of robotic technology. Now that we are so close to this dream becoming true the problematic questions seem to be ever more challenging. Are androids closer to robots or humans? Do they have rights? Can they or are they allowed to have feelings? What can they be used for? Many novels and films take one (or more) of these questions as their starting point to deal with mankind’s possible relation to human-like robots and, perhaps, to itself as well. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? or its film adaptation Blade Runner, A.I. Artificial Intelligence and many other gave a possible answer already to these issues. But creating life from lifeless things, shaping something human-like and, possibly, perfect is not something new. In the Greek mythology we see Pygmalion, who creates a beautiful women’s statue of ivory, and wishes she’d become real. And Venus, goddess of love, granted his wish. In some sense, maybe, she was the first gynoid (female android) ever mentioned.

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Untitled 2009 part 1

09 Jun Untitled (001)

oil, oil pastel on canvas, 60X80cm

 

 

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TOKIO 2097 part

09 Jun Tokio 2097

4th May 2097

oil and oil pastel on canvas, 100X150cm

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bo left

08 Jun Route In My Head To Paris

paint on clay

featured in Tűzzel Játszol music video by Erik

 

 

 

 

 

 

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