Balanced Landscapes

All interpretation of experience is perhaps a reflection of our own view of the subjective self. How we define these experiences has the potential to establish idiom. Through idiom, we create a balanced landscape, one in which the intertwining of object and subject exist within perpetual judgement of one another. Is reality a public zero-sum game, or is it a private singular entity?

Through the use of form, color, and language, a simulation of this question is asked.

16 Pages / 375mm x 520mm / Newsprint