Kirill Simin - Digital Art - Zoom Zoom Zoo

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February 12, 2010 - "Zoom Zoom Zoo"

All too often we find ourselves herded into belief systems, jobs, social statuses, castes and other artificially constructed constraints. We live in concrete boxes, travel inside metal robots, and drink decaffeinated coffee with skim milk and sugar substitutes.

As we reach towards our incredible potential, we realize that the dichotomy of our existence lies in the path out of the animal world. We are animals. But we're not. We've created morality, science, medicine.

This series attempts to show wild animals in the middle of the purely human world, and perhaps remind the viewer of the fresh perspective she once had, when she wasn't blinded by the social dogma imposed on her.
All too often we find ourselves herded into belief systems, jobs, social statuses, castes and other artificially constructed constraints. We live in concrete boxes, travel inside metal robots, and drink decaffeinated coffee with skim milk and sugar substitutes.

As we reach towards our incredible potential, we realize that the dichotomy of our existence lies in the path out of the animal world. We are animals. But we're not. We've created morality, science, medicine.

This series attempts to show wild animals in the middle of the purely human world, and perhaps remind the viewer of the fresh perspective she once had, when she wasn't blinded by the social dogma imposed on her.
All too often we find ourselves herded into belief systems, jobs, social statuses, castes and other artificially constructed constraints. We live in concrete boxes, travel inside metal robots, and drink decaffeinated coffee with skim milk and sugar substitutes.

As we reach towards our incredible potential, we realize that the dichotomy of our existence lies in the path out of the animal world. We are animals. But we're not. We've created morality, science, medicine.

This series attempts to show wild animals in the middle of the purely human world, and perhaps remind the viewer of the fresh perspective she once had, when she wasn't blinded by the social dogma imposed on her.
All too often we find ourselves herded into belief systems, jobs, social statuses, castes and other artificially constructed constraints. We live in concrete boxes, travel inside metal robots, and drink decaffeinated coffee with skim milk and sugar substitutes.

As we reach towards our incredible potential, we realize that the dichotomy of our existence lies in the path out of the animal world. We are animals. But we're not. We've created morality, science, medicine.

This series attempts to show wild animals in the middle of the purely human world, and perhaps remind the viewer of the fresh perspective she once had, when she wasn't blinded by the social dogma imposed on her.
All too often we find ourselves herded into belief systems, jobs, social statuses, castes and other artificially constructed constraints. We live in concrete boxes, travel inside metal robots, and drink decaffeinated coffee with skim milk and sugar substitutes.

As we reach towards our incredible potential, we realize that the dichotomy of our existence lies in the path out of the animal world. We are animals. But we're not. We've created morality, science, medicine.

This series attempts to show wild animals in the middle of the purely human world, and perhaps remind the viewer of the fresh perspective she once had, when she wasn't blinded by the social dogma imposed on her.

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