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Atypical landscapes

About the theme of "coronavirus mind mapping"

In this series about the artistic exploration of unconscious mind mapping
and societal practices, I utilize abstract shapes created with collages and tapes
to delve into the complex interplay between psychological behaviors
and external circumstances.

Each abstract shape represents a facet of our inner world and external environment, capturing the subtle nuances of our experiences during
the COVID-19 outbreak and stay-at-home orders.

By arranging these shapes, I aim to analyze the shifting dynamics visually
of our relationship to space and time, highlighting how external factors influence our perceptions and behaviors.  

By layering different textures, colors, and patterns, I seek to convey the multidimensional nature of our psychological landscape and societal practices.

Using collages and tapes allows me to explore the depth and complexity
of human experience, inviting viewers to reflect on their perceptions and reactions to the events unfolding around them. 

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Each abstract composition visualizes the internal and external forces shaping our lives, offering insight into the subconscious dimensions of mind mapping and societal norms.  

As I navigate the theme of rediscovering intimacy with our living spaces
and adapting to new routines during the pandemic, I strive to create artwork that encourages introspection and contemplation.

Through juxtaposing abstract shapes and symbolic imagery, I aim to evoke
a sense of introspective exploration, inviting viewers to explore their inner worlds and examine how they navigate change and uncertainty.

Ultimately, my goal is to foster a deeper understanding of the human experience and spark conversations about our current reality's psychological and societal implications.

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