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Brian Bivona, a Florida artist, has done very interesting work in what he calls “lowart constructionism,” which utilizes the cheapest media possible (wood panel, permanent markers, whiteout, and spray paints) to convey his astute social commentary. His common themes include social issues, questions of class, and dystopic spaces in the post-World War I era, but this recent piece confronting with weaponization of the artist caught my attention:

Brian Bivona, "Weaponized"

“I basically sat down and just drew every World War II and later gun, bullet, etc. I could think of,” Bivona told me, “to say something about how weaponized I am today despite being a complete pacifist.”


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