In the world of Gonzalo Resti’s
art, models lounge with spiked horns piercing from their spines and protruding from their clothes. Human skin blisters, burns, and breaks open. Blurring the lines between CGI models, striking photography, and futuristic photoshop, Resti’s work is as mystifying as it is innovative. And yet, for all its digital interference, the human aspect never threatens to disappear, but in fact, remains in the centre of the frame. With a focus on intersectionality, this non-binary artist working in Buenos Aires is committed to making us reevaluate our understanding of our own identities.