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    26 OCTOBER 2022
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    The futuristic world of Piper ZY

    Chicago-based artist and futurist Piper ZY sat down with RED-EYE to share her digital vision and interactive craftsmanship as well as cyber-punk fantasies and all things AR. Piper loves a future with the design potential realized of shrinking themes, industries, spaces, and points in time into wearables.

    In the blink of unbelievable Piper's AR sights you'll find screens and marvels in new places, as she firmly believes our life experience will transform more than it ever has before, when access to the internet will not be flat and stationary - but she is also adding AR screens where they can’t easily go with physical materials. She loves apps and programs as wearable fashion statements.

    Watch our video interview with Piper to discover what's behind her miniature opus magnum and find her screen rings, busy little planets nails, post-material materials, AR tattoos, magical objects combining digital paintings and AR, accessories for the future. Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo!

    "I love to imagine a kind of almost dystopian world, where augmented reality is in every industry and on top of everything in reality. And I love how that can play off of our more subconscious artistic thoughts, where if we just have a passing thought of oh, that cloud looks like a face. It's like, what if we lived in a world where it could be a face and it was becoming all of these faces and each piece of something that seems like we're used to it. We don't even think about it during mundane. I like the idea that we can be re-inspired by all of those things coming to life in a different way." Piper Zy

    "I think our technology is moving so quickly and I would love when people see my art if they consider how is it impacting them, how is it impacting how we interact with each other, the fact that technology is progressing so fast and how do we maintain something human while being assisted by all of the technology? And where does our humanity lie within it? I love to bring up this kind of questions. I think a lot of times I can get very strong hate on work that's kind of suggesting that integration between tech and humanity. I think people sometimes are not ready for it or just flat out don't want it. And I love those conversations because I think people within themselves kind of come to the answer of how much they want technology involved in their life." Piper Zy