Lili Agg’s (b. 1991) works focus on the contradiction between the life’s prime want of human being and the virtual realities where these fundamental processes become irrelevant. On her spatial paintings, she abstracts enlarged images of human tissues, maps, layers, canonized artworks, uses materials like industrial paints and pure pigments, which symbolize the fragmented id
entity and the frustrating atmosphere of posthuman reality. In her new series she turns her attention to the new ways of communication, reception of information and how we maintain attention in our world overwhelmed by images and information dust. Her works are model of this phenomenon, which appears during the making and also in finished installations.