So close, no matter how far, 2016

So close, no matter how far, 2016
Masking Fluid, Ink, Watercolour Paper, Painted Wooden Discs – 2 x 30cm, 2 x 25cm, 3 x 17.5cm (Sizes of Vinyl Records). Exhibited at APG Works in Within These Walls Exhibition.

 

Statement about the work:

Dying is inevitable but when you fear it, it becomes one of life’s greatest hurdles. In her artwork, Lydia Jackson conveys her feelings towards the thought of dying and a hope that life doesn’t just end completely. Finding it difficult to explain such feelings towards her fear of death, She defines it as, “a void, a feeling of unexplained nothingness” comparing it to space; an infinite unknown.

 

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Photo’s of each individual Voids:

 

Video of the piece, showing the narrative of it:

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