“To represent terrible and questionable things is, in itself, the sign of an instinct of power and magnificence in the artist; he doesn’t fear them. There is no such thing as pessimistic art. Art affirms”.
Friedrich Nietzsche

Is the reality of illusion more discernable than the illusion of reality? In a world where political deceit, corporate fraudulence, religious duplicity, and media subversion have often obscured the truth, it can be challenging to discern the actual from the fabricated. The paradox of the illusion of reality versus the reality of illusion underpins our understanding and perception of truth. This interplay challenges us to constantly question the authenticity of what we see and prompts us to explore the relationship between our perception of reality and the subtle deceptions woven into it. The distortion of reality has led to a state of uncertainty and insecurity. The relentless pursuit of power at any cost has flipped the world’s moral compass, creating chaos and mayhem.