In a burst of artistic revolt, Arsen Eca stands against algorithmic life which, according to him, erodes the very essence of humanity. He sees in the proliferation of algorithms a threat that reduces man to a set of data, a simple variable in complex equations that dictate our choices, our tastes and our behaviors.

Eca denounces this existence under algorithms as modern enslavement, where individuals lose their ability to feel, to decide, and to live authentically. For him, life dictated by algorithms is a life devoid of the spontaneity, emotional richness, and depth that characterize true human experience.

In his works, Eca actively challenges this algorithmic norm. He uses art as a means of resistance, a war cry against the homogenization of our lives. Its deviant systems, its Emochains, are tools of subversion, manifestations of its rejection of life governed by algorithms. They are declarations of independence, affirmations of the human capacity to feel, to create, and to live beyond pre-established formulas.

For Eca, art is not just a form of expression; it is a weapon, a shield against the invasion of our lives by calculations and predictions. By creating works that celebrate emotion, the irrational, and the human, he offers an alternative, a refuge where man can find himself, recognize himself, and reaffirm himself in the face of the cold logic of algorithms. p>

Arsen Eca is not just an artist; he is a revolutionary in the art world. His fight against algorithmic life is a fight for the soul of humanity, a call to resist the reduction of our lives to simple sequences of data, and to embrace the complexity, beauty, and richness of human experience in all its splendor.

This Renaissance, for the artist Eca, can begin with a simple gesture, a simple call for change. A simple click, but this time… for nothing.