"The deeper the dissolution of 'reality', the more the picture loses its symbolic content. The reason for this lies in the nature of the symbol and its function. The symbol is an object of the known world hinting at something unknown" (Carl Gustav Jung in Man and His Symbols). Breathe considers the abstract nature of human thought and our interaction with the environment. I aim to deny closure and explore our subjective response to things that may have ordinarily been overlooked in our everyday surroundings. Time and place here have no bearing, while the deliberate choice of monochrome negates the layers of distraction that are provoked by the use of colour.
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