556c2f_73a842747d9d419b846ad4e946342687
20180303_111820_resized
556c2f_73a842747d9d419b846ad4e946342687
556c2f_ee71bf188eb2410dba85cd94c8a74020
20180303_111659_resized
20180303_111550_resized
556c2f_7908a0a3e80d48c0b645e2df5b74d987
20180303_111928
20180303_111904_resized
20180303_111751_resized
20180303_112032

 US

     Glasses are daily objects, which aid one’s sight. Through disfiguring and re forming this every day object, I aim to visualize the unlimited ways of looking at the world.  “Us” criticizes the traditional views and presents the many different perceptions that exist within the world. The project casts an irony on how regardless of the everyday function of glasses; they are bound to follow the individual perception of the one who wears them. That is to say, “sight” and “perception” are not solid and singular. There are rather countless ways of perceiving the world and understanding it. Also at the same time, they could be seen as figurative work, each glass representing a figure. Considering glasses as personal objects, the disfigured glasses could be read as an evidence of the owner's absence, symbolizing their death.