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The Argentine artist explores the impact of technology on the art-making process and how our consumption of images has been affected by the hyper-computerization of culture. As the boundaries between the physical and digital world are blurred, we’re becoming increasingly reliant on experiencing the world—including artworks—as images on phone screens and computer monitors. Through a series of works that include woven copper tapestries resembling circuit boards and woven linen threads on canvas, among others Saban investigates the implications of these developments by asking the question: How is technology changing the way we perceive the world?