.::..Nicholas Sagan..::. …:.::..artworks and experiments…::.:…nicholassagan@gmail.com

For the love of

The phenomenon of the air show is interesting for a number of reasons. Not only is it a living artifact from Cold War-era military might and national pride, it serves as a cultural focal point for war mongering. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy the experience of the event and am not immune to the power represented. The kid in me still thinks jets are cool. But this is also a paradox: how can something exist both as a tool to propagate the theater of war and as a function of cultural/global relevancy? These issues I continue to explore in various threads, one of which is a series of works that fall under the For the Love of… banner, another in a series of works that explore scale modeling as an art form (see Modelgamations) and another examining the culture of Drone (or Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) warfare.








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