Memories & The Hardware Store

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Memories & The Hardware Store 
I'm fascinated by the fact that people are capable of making stories with only a small amount of visual information. That a square and a triangle with a certain distance to each other can already give people the feeling that, for example, the square is dominant over the triangle. This is a very important quality, especially within art; the human capacity to make stories in an associative way, giving meaning and value to existing or non-existing objects. Even more so when memories are brought up in this process. Do new stories not always come from memories? In my display “Memories & The Hardware Store” I have been working with this fact. 

This Art Fair, Amsterdam, 2022

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