Dare to ask: in the big scheme of things could it be that man is nothing but a virus?
Read on to learn the story behind the work.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT | Viruses are parasites which primary function is to replicate itself. Predominantly, viruses have a reputation for being the cause of contagion, as they spread in many ways and are capable of infecting many species. Widespread events of disease and death have no doubt bolstered such a reputation.
Viruses can have an impact on things such as animal and plant survivability. Also, because viruses reproduce so quickly and so often, they can often change slightly. Sometimes, mistakes creep into their genetic instructions.
Although viruses display a wide diversity of shapes and sizes, not all viruses are deadly.
Now read again and replace the word ‘virus’ with ‘man’.
Last updated on: 24 April 2020
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Paint marker on cotton canvas board,
15 x 10 cm (5,9 x 3,9 inch)
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