Hallidonto

Cyborgia works.

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“Anathomia corporis Cyborgia 1-0” -
“Memento mori androidica ad vescendum carnes“ (Hexagons) -
“Anathomia corporis Cyborgia 1.2 -
Inter vivos ton -
Between the other -
Deus Ex Machina  -
Inter Se -
Delerium Tremens -
Adeste Fideles (Come faithful) (Cyborg (1) -
In vitor -
Et Nunc et Semper (head hold) copy -
Madre Supernus (1A) 91 CM x 182cm Completed Feb 2014 -
No Exit A5 210 x 148 mm -
Modus Operandi( 90cm x 132cm) Pen and Ink, Graphite, Spray Paint ( Owned By the KINGS FUND, LONODN)  -
Untitled (At present) Had 1 week left in my studio to start and complete, 91 CM x 182cm -
Non omnis moriar( 90cm x 132cm) Pen and Ink, Graphite, Spray Paint ( Owned By the KINGS FUND, LONODN)  -
Omina mutanur nos et, mutamur in illis( 90cm x 132cm) Pen and Ink, Graphite, Spray Paint -
 cyborg cruxifix 1 -
Adoratio of the Magi (triptych) Middle Size 90cm x 120cm Left and Right Sizes  48 cm x 119.8 cm Pen and Ink, Graphite, Spray Paint -
Adoration  of the magi (Detail) -
Between the other -
Corpora lente augescent cito extinguuntur ( 90cm x 132cm) Pen and Ink, Graphite, Spray Pain -
cruixifiction 3 -
cruxifiction 2 -

Cyborgia works.

Recent Works

2011- 2017

These are the visual extensions of my 'Cybogria Manifesto' I see my work as the neo-renaissance. Hallidonto’s cyborgs go a step further; his figures are devoid of all humanity- a testament to the suffering of the born in its struggle against the manufactured.   Despite the symbolic nature of his work, Hallidonto’s cyborgs beg the question: what happens next? The result is a challenge to the viewer, deconstructing the remaining self-image as the artist’s Hallidonto’s forms are depicted in stages of life that are painfully familiar: birth, the past, family, death, sorrow and the future.