My Misunderstanding.

Artist Statement:

This began as just a sketch, a silhouette so to say, as of whom? At first, not even I knew the answer to that…

I began adding features I was familiar with, angles and slopes I had seen one too many times before. Ones I had laid next to for months, years even, ones I had studied, admired, and loved. I thought about adding these eccentric details but this simplicity was just enough…A mystery you’ll remain, to the rest of the world at least. The bricks represent your wall, the same wall I could never break through, and the spotlight is myself, my thoughts, my attempts, my ways to somehow bring you out, out away from everything you were ever afraid of….

And that’s where I went wrong….that was My Misunderstanding.


Posted on July 17, 2012, in Digital Storytelling and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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