Agent X, ‘Gamora 182’, 2017, Addicted Art Gallery

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Series: 2017 Fall Collection Agent X's new series deals with questions about dystopia. Are we in the middle of a cataclysmic decline in society? Is it too late to turn things around so we're living in a utopia? Agent X has a few words about the direction his new series has taken... “Planet Earth has gone to shit! Between Trump, misogyny, racism, war, genocide, etc. I had to get off the planet and so did my art. The way I did this was by going back to the movies that inspired me as a kid, and now as an adult - films like Interstellar, Blade Runner, Star Wars and other Sci-Fi cinema.”

Signature: Hand signed and numbered

Image rights: Agent X

Arty-Fact: 'Gamora 182' tells the story of Gamora from Guardians of the Galaxy. With her adopted father Thanos' augmentation and training, Gamora became a highly skilled, highly feared assassin and gained the title 'Deadliest Woman in the Universe'.

Gamora visited Earth in 1985 and was influenced by the movie 'Turk 182,' where Jimmy Lynch, angry about his brother's denial of benefits after an injury sustained during an off-duty fire rescue, begins tagging 'Turk 182' to humiliate the mayor. The mayor orders police to find the artist.

'Gamora 182' features vivid pink, white and green graffiti and a female face within the artwork.

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