Did You Realise No one Can See Inside Your View?, 2006 - 2007
The outside consists of a cardboard box, roughly constructed with wiring crudely weaving in and out of the box's interior. The focal point is a magnifying glass which acts like a miniature television screen, enticing the viewer to look into the box. Once the viewer peers inside the roughness of the exterior is forgotten. The light emitted from the crudely fashioned box is transformed into a thing of beauty. Words created by tiny pinholes in the cardboard appear to leap out towards the lens. And as the viewer tilts their head to read the sentence the words seem to jiggle and move about, evading the viewers gaze.
35cm x 40cm x 25cm
cardboard box, fairy lights, magnifying lense.
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