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Seeing the human where it is not logical to see it

As human beings we have always been confronted with a world that speaks many languages, but not ours. And we strive to understand it, not the other way around. We talk to animals, we observe nature, we study and discover mathematics and science, and we call progress this onward rush of understanding. We try to understand the languages of the world to find ourselves in them. We have widely experienced that we tend to see human faces everywhere, where something recalls even with simple lines two eyes. We look for ourselves in the world and even by instinct we find ourselves.

Voirhumain is an answer to the question: does this also happen if human elements are misplaced between the lines of a scribble?

Not seeing the human where it would be logical to see it

The hyper-realism of the images of human beings generated by artificial intelligence conveys a feeling of alienation in the observer. Subjects created by artificial intelligence canonically represent human beings, yet something makes them inhuman, something does not convince.

On the other hand, a human can create the furthest thing from a human being, such as a scribble, and yet it looks unequivocally human.


Uniqueness, repetitiveness and humanity of a scribble

Just like any human being, a scribble is unique but repeatable.

Unique: each scribble is different from another because it is a trace of its author and the time in which it was created.

Repeatable: we can make multiple (unique) scribbles.

Moreover, it captures a moment in time when human language becomes as indecipherable and alive as the language of the world. The further we move away from the person towards the abstract, the less we find the person to such an extent that we arrive at a boundary line that leads to his deepest humanity and connection with the world.

It is also repeatable because multiple variations can be made of the same scribble.

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