Gwenneth Boelens – Not often the walls of the mind become transparent  

Not often the walls of the mind become transparent, 2010

Durable ink-jet prints on aluminium, 70 x 54,9 cm and 47,3 x 40,7 cm
Metal, magnets

Installation view

Not often the walls of the mind become transparent focuses on a forehead, the physical boundary between the outside and the mind. The second part of this diptych is a negative in which rocks lie arbitrarily in a pit, indivisible, indefinable, but at the same time tangible and charged with the history of which they form the incoherent fragments.

 

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