I am interested in questioning the questioning, searching the searching and exploring the areas of knowledge that sit, just out of reach, on the edge of our perception.
Our natural preoccupation with the unknown and the desperate desire to make sense of the things around us can cause our minds to become full of clutter and contradiction.
The light going on as the viewer approaches, causing the invisible to become visible, highlights the need for a physical presence in order for thought to exist.
It is possible to become overcome by the search for a meaning to our existence, but can the search itself give meaning to our existence?
what void would be created if we stopped seeking an answer?