Soft Safety is the post-postmodernist (see also: Metamodernism) school of aesthetics developed in 1983 by French digital artist Andre Aestheteux. It is seen by many art critics as well as scholars in the philospohical digital anthropology circles of academia as a response to the neo-avant post-industrial works of novelists and meta-auditory observers such as Frederich Slimwav. The movement has recently seen a resurgence on the internet with the advent of proto-metalterations of the microdata of low format compression.

Untitled 2002 by Andre Aestheteaux.


Superbowl, created in 1999 by Andre. Now in display in the aesthetics museum of Alaska.


Machine for Freedom, c. 1979, is considered to be one of the most influential soft safety works.