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"Inhale, Exhale and the Space in Between" presents a triptych of photographs that weave together the anxiety and fear of the pandemic with personal experiences of pain and acceptance. The images capture the pursuit of transcendent realities beyond the present moment, with symbols that explore our connection to ancient cultures and the mysteries of existence. The first photo shows scattered grains of rice on a black floor, evoking the importance of ritual as a mediator between us and the unfathomable world. The second photo shows a person reading the grains of rice, symbolizing the search for meaning and the acceptance of our imperfect nature. The final photo captures the freedom of the wind and light, reminding us that everything is interconnected, and we are part of a greater consciousness.
The exhibition <The White Wall, There> (2021) seeks to offer a respite from the ongoing pandemic and the negative news, inviting visitors to reflect on their own inner world and find meaning amidst the chaos. At the <The Seven Weeks> (2022) presents a hand-stitched artist book of triptychs and a 12 min long, mural screening of 49 quotes and 49 thoughts.
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