WOOD, SALT, PLEXIGLASS, LIGHT, ELECTRICAL WIRING, SALT
We all live in our own personal realities but when we connect with another person, whether through experience or ideas, the borders of the limits of our perception fade. In this abstract portrait I attempted to portray my friend, Curron Gajadhar, not based on his physical appearance but instead on a place where I felt I connected with him, in his artwork and particularly how he was addressing ideas of masculinity in his painting. The painting inside the frame is his work, the frame represents my personal reality (with it's own struggles). This piece is a light-box to represent the illuminating effect of two realities connecting.