The use of new technologies has pushed visual art towards new horizons, towards a contemporary language, but which too often seems to ignore the past. However, through Artificial Intelligence or using 3D printing and what belongs to contemporary media, it is possible to express a heritage and tradition that we do not want and cannot allow to fall into oblivion. This is the thought of Jemana Murti, an emerging Balinese artist who, fascinated by the use of digital art learned at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore, found the way to develop his own very personal artistic practice. Returning to Bali after his years of study, Murti began to wonder what a future would be without men with the desire to transmit traditional culture. The answer was obviously in the cars. What type of artifact could they have made? Hence a program linked to 3D printing thanks to which the artist created wall works and sculptures that merge technology with Balinese culture. Thus the aesthetic short circuit made of pieces of plastic temples colored with unnatural hues clearly appears as a denunciation of the neglect of an important and identity-building heritage.