2015 You See It Intimate, I See It Violent.

The image portrays the ambiguity of the line between intimacy and violence. These two sentiments co-exist in the bodily interaction of the two brothers.  One’s perception is constructed by memory and cognition, which might have been shaped by the unconsciousness.  Viewing is deception, an entwinement of the unconsciousness between the artist and the viewer.

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You See It Intimate, I See It Violent. (2015, Ink on paper 40x52cm)

You see it intimate, I see it violent. 07 (2015, Ink on paper 40x52cm)

You see it intimate, I see it violent. 03 (2015, Ink on paper 40x52cm)

You see it intimate, I see it violent. 01 (2015, Oil on canvas 70x50cm)

 

 

 

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