Inscription of Hope is a personal exploration of feelings and how they can be translated through the usage of objects and spaces. Often, we associate ourselves with our comforts that could allow our emotional state to connect within either domestic or institutionalized areas. Inscription of Hope has a stillness, freezing of moment. An absence of human presence has allowed me to focus on the object and space. The space used in these photographs is where human activity often occurs, but as mentioned, since the pandemic started, this place has not been used. The mundane is present but more so still. Moreover, the light has added comforts to contrast the stillness. The warmth of light has given hope.

Foyer Chair
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