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Memories.
'Chaos' has been a word commonly used by my peers to describe this.  Maybe that would be a fitting title also.
It is to demonstrate how stored memories can be described as a system of filing cabinets that your ‘mind’ looks into.  This image represents the point at which for whatever reason; work, education, relationships..you reach breaking-point at which your mind/memory goes into meltdown/ultimate stress.  We all go through this at some point in our lives.  It is upto us how we deal with avoiding it happening again.

Memories.

'Chaos' has been a word commonly used by my peers to describe this.  Maybe that would be a fitting title also.

It is to demonstrate how stored memories can be described as a system of filing cabinets that your ‘mind’ looks into.  This image represents the point at which for whatever reason; work, education, relationships..you reach breaking-point at which your mind/memory goes into meltdown/ultimate stress.  We all go through this at some point in our lives.  It is upto us how we deal with avoiding it happening again.

  1. ketchupbeard said: I love the pure visual noise going on with this piece, absolutely brutal. I can relate to the image too, thats what my mind looks like when i try to remember peoples names haha!
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