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Memory is the main theme of this issue. The work by Bom-K featured on the cover and presented by the Joël Knafo gallery at the Urban Art Fair, tells us that even memories deeply rooted in our global heritage end up disappearing and withering with time. From his studio, John Wentz and his silenced characters speak to us about incommunicability. Madame chooses to express herself through maxims and new typographic forms. These retro-futuristic pieces might well evoke Jules Verne and Gustave Eiffel. What is Brad Downey trying to do? Inviting us to have another look at urban signage with a hint of humor and derision. Sebas Velasco’s work explores the play between blurriness and sharpness: the more distance you take, the more his works look sharp; and as you get closer, they become blurrier. As if time was brushing off details and giving memories a single meaning. 2501, a special guest of this issue, confronts a refined technological esthetic to the most trivial urban daily life. He reminds us that today, all our whereabouts and endeavors are a cloud of data stored as memories within machines’ minds. Looking at men through a multifaceted-3D lens is David Mesguich’s signature style. And when we look at the superimpositions of Sismikazot, it is as if an artificial intelligence was trying to identify the relationship between two images captured on a wall and in everyday situations. Memory, network, technology. Artists probe the machines observing us. It is time for spring to come back.

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