Peepshow
Peepshow

Medium: Acrylic, collage and enamel paint

 

The installation was created based on the idea of voyeuristic fantasy. It took the form of a room that onlookers had a visual access via peephole in the door. The peephole was installed using 1/3 of a tiny room to create the illusion of one-point perspective. It was achieved by installing two larger panels at an angel in a room so it appeared as if the room was narrowing to a vanishing point. One the panels imagery of erotic Lollywood film scenes and stills of foreign porn magazines were collaged to create a visual landscape.

 For the viewer, the feeling of desire, lust, passion yet exclusion is designed to mimic disconnected intimacy devoid of emotions where animal instincts become automatic and overwhelming. The door was painting with repeated red lips and an emergency light was installed on the door frame to draw attention. The work speaks of the unconscious nature that lies within us which alters our perception of control and gain satisfaction.

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Peepshow

Medium: Acrylic, collage and enamel paint

 

The installation was created based on the idea of voyeuristic fantasy. It took the form of a room that onlookers had a visual access via peephole in the door. The peephole was installed using 1/3 of a tiny room to create the illusion of one-point perspective. It was achieved by installing two larger panels at an angel in a room so it appeared as if the room was narrowing to a vanishing point. One the panels imagery of erotic Lollywood film scenes and stills of foreign porn magazines were collaged to create a visual landscape.

 For the viewer, the feeling of desire, lust, passion yet exclusion is designed to mimic disconnected intimacy devoid of emotions where animal instincts become automatic and overwhelming. The door was painting with repeated red lips and an emergency light was installed on the door frame to draw attention. The work speaks of the unconscious nature that lies within us which alters our perception of control and gain satisfaction.

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