Cam Xanh


Equally Blind #1


Marker on plexiglass

35 x 35 x 1 cm each

(left to right: love, absence of love, life, absence of life)

Tightly engraved, uniform circles plexiglass take on a grid-like appearance similar to that of a school exercise book. With some marked in white, they begin to evoke braille writing. Yet the meanings formed by this dotted language are nullified by the flatness of the plexi. Engraved and marked on the reverse, the mode of communication becomes eradicated. Instead, the symbols become an indecipherable white noise: unreadable to both the seeing and the blind alike. (Text courtesy of the artist)