"The "Cartoon" collection features a series of artworks in which MLH depicts his favourite TV cartoons from his childhood. The layered and faded effects applied to the images evoke memories that have been eroded by time, much like frescos. He now looks back at his childhood with nostalgia and mixed with a feeling of incredulity. Memories are fixed pictural frames that keep shifting with our experience. They are ever mutating and reinterpreted at will in the present. How can we than be sure of who we are?
Betty Boop, the star of animated cartoon during the Great Depression, was a captivating flapper with a baby-faced charm. Conceived by Max and Dave Fleischer in 1930, Betty was not modeled after any particular performer, but instead represented an archetype of the Jazz Age era. Her immediate popularity was undeniable.
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