Low Fidelity | Invader Art at Lazarides

London’s Lazarides Gallery is set to unveil its latest exhibition on August 14th, 2009, showcasing the extraordinary artwork of the renowned French artist, Invader. Prepare to immerse yourself in the captivating world of “Low Fidelity” as you explore this remarkable show, which will captivate your senses until September 17th, 2009.

Embark on a visual journey within the walls of the Rathbone gallery, where “Low Fidelity” will transport you into the realm of Invader’s artistic genius. Delve into the mesmerizing series known as “Rubikcubism,” where the artist ingeniously utilizes the iconic 80’s puzzle game cubes as vibrant pixels. Brace yourself to witness the recreation of album covers from legendary rock bands, including the likes of the Velvet Underground, The Cure, Roxy Music, David Bowie, and Michael Jackson.

Prepare to be astounded, as this exhibition presents more than just classic images. Invader’s creative prowess extends to a mesmerizing selection of sculptures and original works on paper. Moreover, he pushes the boundaries of his pixelated art form by introducing his very own creation, the enigmatic ‘barcodes.’ Behold these abstract masterpieces that can only be discerned through the lens of a mobile phone’s digital camera. Once captured, the image unveils its secrets through a decoding process, transforming into a captivating text message before your eyes.

“Low Fidelity” promises an unparalleled experience, melding art, technology, and imagination. With every piece carefully curated to evoke a sense of wonder, Lazarides Gallery invites you to unlock the hidden depths of Invader’s visionary world. Step into this captivating exhibition and prepare to be immersed in a realm where artistry and innovation collide.

Invader Low Fidelity exhibition at Lazarides Gallery

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