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There is this conversation that never happened. It existed somewhere between the intellectualisation of how we might perceive things and the simplicity of how we see and experience things. It positions individuals in a confluence of time, where ideas orient themselves into each others inner conversations, reconstructing their memories in a re-imagined world. These work forms part of a series of ‘diagrams’ which references Paul Klees Pedagological Sketchbook and Edward de Bono’s book The use of lateral thinking. It speaks to Constants Nieuwenhuys’ vision for a New Bablyon, where order and disorder inform and positions paradoxes in a binary cacophony of visual stimuli.
"At any moment attention may be directed to only one part of the situation. The result of such attention is a perception".