I love to wander the streets and observe people. Duologues records fragments of these encounters. It is a play between two images creating meanings belonging to neither – a discovery process that each viewer interprets differently. Reminiscent of synchronicity, an idea that describes meaningful coincidences, my pairings intentionally produce uncanny relationships.
I collect the unrelated pieces like stems in a wildflower field – disconnected yet bound by their place of origin. The visuals seem familiar, but particulars will distinguish them from the common.
I match the images by playing a memory game: finding shapes, gestures, and symbols that rhyme in each image. The rhyming may occur within the major elements in the picture, such as the subject or in minute details. The final sequence feels deeply connected, even though the encounters on the street were random.
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