Miłosz Mac-Heller (b. 1990 Glasgow)
Their work explores the relationship between acquired synesthesia and daytime TV. With influences as diverse as Nietzsche and Jean Baudrillard, new variations are manufactured from both simple and complex discourse.
Ever since they were a student they have been fascinated by the endless oscillation of the mind. What starts out as triumph soon becomes corrupted into a cacophony of futility, leaving only a sense of dread and the inevitability of a new synthesis.
As wavering replicas become distorted through studious and academic practice, the viewer is left with a tribute to the inaccuracies of our existence.