Fingerprint To identify by means of a distinctive mark or characteristic.
The exhibition essentially investigates the nature of things and their interconnected relationships. There are no real depictions of man made destruction but rather natural and human made impressions; these are displayed in the forms of cultural prints, craft based prints, traditional prints, idealistic prints, biological prints and so on.
The images fail to comment on the separateness of man and the environment but rather look into society’s coexistence in a seemingly shrinking world.
Perhaps inspired by artists such as Christo and Jeanne-Claude, interest lies in the process, functionality, materiality and environmental commentary.