Look through eyes of Lakewood artist Erika Jaeggli as she explores the concept of ‘FOMO’
Do you have a fear of missing out?
Recently, through social media and text-messaging technology, people have popularized the idea of “FOMO” as an almost-humorous acknowledgement of the “fear of missing out” on social engagements.
Through July 11, Lakewood artist Erika Jaeggli is hosting a charcoal art exhibit at WAAS Gallery that explores the darker side of “FOMO” — the anxiety and sense of dread that threatens the self, convincing you that you do not really exist if you are not socially engaged.
Here are a few samplings from the exhibit with a behind-the-scenes look at what Jaeggli had in mind when she created each piece:
Learn more about Jaeggli and her work on her website and Facebook page. For more artwork like what you see here, drop by her exhibit at WAAS Gallery, located at 2722 Logan St, through June 13. Call the gallery at 626.731.5683 for more.
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