A.D. 2000: Resurrection


Bonapace’s contemporary 'Resurrection' is the third chapter - after the 'Crucifixion' and the "Annunciation" - of a set of three Artworks defined by deep thinking about Human Values, Faith, Society, and Technology.

The scene is imagined as a 19th-century Operating Theater with no human presence, according to the Gospel.

Artistic Heritage, Machines, and Androids are the only viewers taking part in the act.

"God the Father" is leading the surgery, with the assistance of Saint John, Mary - mother of Jesus - and Magdalene, all represented as Androids with the exclusion of Jesus, lying beneath the white cloth, as humans presented to the World.

Media and journalists are depicted as androids and the overall scene is portrayed under thousands of flashes coming from classical robotic busts put in place by the Machines, to simulate human artistic heritage.

Everything is presented in a Worldwide Event, as expected could happen nowadays according to the Author.

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September 20, 2022 Minted: Vittorio Bonapace
September 21, 2022 Purchased for 20Ξ: Antxx