Artwork

If I knew where I was, I wouldn’t have to ask

About

This work investigates the human obsession with adventure and our eternal pursuit of that which we perceive to be unexplored. It references the fact that we are each seeking an experience to validate and prove that we are living, that we are indeed alive. We each hope that we will, at some point, encounter an experience on our voyage in life that will reverberate within us. We seek particular answers in the vastness of time and space to situate our selves and yet we are given only rudimentary tools for our expedition. Our quest is often a predominantly solitary experience that more often than not, reveals more questions than answers, with little room for genuine comprehension.

Details

2011

DINGHY, ANCHOR, GLITTER BALL, CONSTELLATION LIGHTBOXES

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