I took pictures of real life objects, arranged them in a common, standard way, and used my computer to create a digital print type of the objects. With silkscreen print techniques, I covered the print with several layers of white ink to tone down the colors. There are many lines crisscrossing on the surface. Through layering translucent paint, I created an unusual sense of space in the print.
I was inspired by the multiple choice questions in dailylife consumerism. A modern society is so busy buying and selling. In our daily life, we always try to make a choice or even two among numerous similar products. Intricate psychological factors seem to be working in the selection process, driving the inner senses to play a tug of war with the outer reality.
This piece makes us look into the place between visual exploration and cognitive movement. It offers a space to observe the reality on the surface.