Aesthetically driven and inspired by the physical molecular basis of memory itself captured by The Albert Einstein College of Medicine in early 2014, BL_NK SP_CE is an exploration into the abstract realm of memory. Through self portraiture and object the work creates a physical representation of the physiological workings of the mind, focusing on retained and recollective thought that have been confabulated over time and its effect on the subconscious.
BL_NK SP_CE draws upon my continued interest in self reflection, emotional and physical state, identity and psychology.
It is through memory that we base our identity, learning from our past experiences and influences. However, through time these defining points of our life are shaped by our recall, reflection and clarity on the subject and they are often subject to distortion. BL_NK SP_CE draws upon my continued interest in self reflection, emotional and physical state, identity and psychology.
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