It’s not all Black and White

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Dimensions 100 × 100 × 3 cm
ID: 35

Inspired by Gerhard Richter. The first impression of this work is definitively black and white. However, upon closer inspection, loads of different colors are seen.  Some of these secondary colors are bold, while others are more subdued. During the production of this piece, I was thinking about how our minds typically interpret life circumstances, relationships, or predicaments as either “black or white”.  When in reality, with a little more patience, examination or thoughtfulness, we eventually see the other “colors,” which offer us an alternate resolution or more clear interpretation. For richer living, we ought to strive within ourselves and encourage others to discover the alternate “colors” of daily circumstances and the people we encounter. These secondary “colors” are usually what reveals the truth. After all, it’s not all black and white.

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