For AICP’s 25th year of showcasing the Advertising Industry’s best work, Darryl was asked to create the show open for the Gala at the Museum of Modern Art. This was an honor in many respects, predominantly because all work shown is preserved in the archives at MoMA.
The sequence he created explores how people are enveloped by social media through landscape photography. Using repetition and collage as primary artistic registers, we are drawn into a constant tunnel of ever-changing imagery. The effect is hypnotic, resulting in a cyclical cognitive loop that is only broken when we look away.