1W1-2 Inner and Outer Spaces

19 09 2007

Inner and Outer Spaces

Began reading about the Andy Warhol‘s use of the double screen. In his first double screen work, he used the two frames to represent both an inner and outer space, making Edie Sedgwick a point of perception. It reminds me of Virginia Woolf’s novel, The Waves, where 6 people look at one character called ‘Percival’. In that process, they revealed their own selves. The point of perception became a mirror, reflecting more of the inner life of each individual character. In a way, this is what I want my work to do. How? I don’t know yet.

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