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Anticipated Natural Injury: Thesis of Time
Original Anticipated Natural Injury
acrylic on canvas
In my work, I explore the narratives that lies within my consciousness. I present them by creating symbols and link to understanding the context and visual narratives. This makes me glide through the process of making my work—using the emotions that I captured from the moment, during the moment, or the glimpse of my memory.
Anticipated Natural Injury: Thesis of Time covers the personal experience of losing motivation within an enduring, mediocre condition. It questions the state of being as it persists within the time of pandemic. The mundane, indifferent cycle that continues to brushes through time indefinitely. Time becomes something invaluable as the time the society created has been still.
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