We decontextualise then reconstruct, making things adhere to us. Most times, this is done within our subconscious. Through the engagement between the relations of language philosophy and the human condition, this can be seen as an exploration on the notions of perception through individuals’ interpretations – of word meanings and the sum of relations between them. It isn’t the passing on of information but a chance for people to ponder. With the use of homophone – like words, it creates a window for comparison. This juxtaposition of sounds and connotations allows for questions, which then perpetuate dialogue. Through this sense of query, I intend for earnest dialogue with the audience; or even, the audience with themselves. This is an experience piece, which can only begin when you see it.
Hand embossed Hologram Foil / Paper, 31.5 x 336 cm
Vertically, sets of 3 spanning across 9 rows.
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