Eddy A. López, born in Matagalpa, Nicaragua, in the midst of the Sandinista revolution, is an artist whose work amalgamates archives and memories of war into abstractions of vibrant colors, patterns, and shapes. By layering together what Lawrence Lessig calls wide-scale collages, López uses big data, averaging algorithms, and printmedia to create compositions that try to find beauty in a chaotic world.
Nicaragua: Surviving the Legacy of US Intervention.
From the Beautiful War series.
65" x 36"