Born in 1974 in Maplewood, New Jersey, Justin Bryce currently splits his time between Taipei, Taiwan, where he keeps his studio and New York City. Bryce has previously lived and worked in Venice, Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo and Shanghai. His work examines the intersection of the artificial, the genuine, the altered, the hybridized, the copied, the cloned, the cultivated and the natural, raising questions about authenticity, creativity and value in our global economic system. His work portrays the contemporary clash between our innate sense of biophilia and the current onslaught of technophilia, in our rapidly changing world, where nearly everything can be shared, copied, mass produced and sold.
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