Anxiety Generation: art that questions the modern age

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Anxiety Generation: art that questions the modern age
25th November 2014

Stuart Semple has turned a near death experience at the age of 19 into inspiration for art. It is a key influence in new exhibition in Mayfair.

The aim of Anxiety Generation is an attempt to highlight what he believes is a crisis his generation is facing.  

In his eyes entertainment, technology and the media are turning the younger generation into information consumers rather than creators.

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