Icaro Zorbar’s reincarnations of obsolete technologies are done with affection and nostalgia for an era that his generation can hardly remember. The artist is particularly interested in the humanisation of technology and highlights the aesthetic value of his toy-like machines, which he calls "little monsters." They lie somewhere between works of art, machines, and games. Icaro Zorbar’s works, like Sympathy for the Devil, for example, plunge the audience into a visual and sound environment consisting of screens, science fiction, and mirrors. They are a disturbing reflection of an era that has already vanished.
With backing from the Office for Contemporary Art Norway
With backing from the Royal Embassy of Norway
With backing from the Bergen Municipality
©Manjon-Cabeza Clouté courtesy of the artist and Casas Riegner