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(Full title is “Es irrt der Mensch so lang er strebt” from Goethe’s “Faust”, translating roughly to “man must err, as long as he strives,” meaning, basically, if you’re not making mistakes, you’re not trying hard enough.) Framed by the artist.
My work has everything to do with perception and the way we understand and recognize the world and ourselves within it, and the ways in which how we understand the world affect the way we see it and the way we see ourselves. Basically, how the world changes according to our perception.
These ideas bounce back and forth a lot. The patterns they make as they do so can become confusing. Part of my work lies in organizing this confusion, and sometimes adding to it as well.
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