Who’s the monster?
“We are all mirrors, I’m your mirror and you are my mirror. But when I’m mirrored in you I’m you plus a part of me”
We are all monster, or we are all victims. Depending on our actions, our prejudices or our fears to create a monster in ourselves or to be a victim of other monsters.
In this portrait we have some people that can be monster, victim or both, it’s just a choice. With our fears, prejudices or sentences we can create a monster and he will find his victims.
in the same room, filled with pictures of people, masks and some sentences:
“We are all mirrors, I’m your mirror and you are my mirror. but when I’m mirrored in you, I’m you plus a part of me”
“We can be your victims or your monsters”
“With your fears, your prejudices or your sentences you can create a monster”
“You are my victim”
“I love you”
“I hate you”
Now, who’s the monster?
The pictures are A3 (297mm L x 210mm H) HQ digitally printed with no frames.
Masks are blank, white and used as a guestbook
This exhibition is an extract from the main project, an interactive installation, created for the FÍS Exhibition in Dundalk, late spring 2017.