Prison Songs is an installation of drawings and videos portraying the artist's struggle in reassessing the value of innate knowledge and cultured thinking. Simple line drawings from the artist's childhood are combined with learned and practiced modes of pictorial representation. By mixing the thoughts and styles of different time periods, the artist creates a layering of consciousness and motivations. The videos are extrapolations of simple childhood actions representing different modes of understanding experienced throughout the artist's life.
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