Analyzing human perception and reconsidering the notion of personal interpretation, First Kiss takes on the conception of time and space. There seem to be a tendency that viewers in a public space become influenced by communal opinion. Therefore, the challenge of this body of work is to seek the viewer’s point of view and perception because the playfulness of the piece lies within its deconstruction. Close up, the individual forms are unique and juxtaposed between handmade and manipulated reproductions of the mirrored forms, which from far away give the illusion of pure black.
Observed from afar and from one’s own space, the bigger picture emerges and the viewer may choose their own reading and interpretation without being affected by the artist’s work or by surrounding viewers.