Who is Really Listening II
Acrylic ink on paper, 14x11
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We live in a time when we are getting so much information from so many directions that at one point you wonder if the communications environments is too saturated for anyone to really listen and focus. This piece takes a pause from the noise and journeys through filtering noise out to “hear” silence.
NOTE: Throughout the work, you will find one's and zeroes and groups of many different symbols. The binary code(ones and zeroes) is the base language for all computers which make all technology possible. I incorporate the binary code to remind us how computers are penetrating every nook of life. I actually spell words that have been translated from our alphabet to binary code. The clutter of symbols parallel mnemonics with amnesia. An idea inspired by a universal feeling of information overload oftentimes resulting in memory lapse.