Pensive Eye

Contrasting the global, pandemic-enforced trend of living life through technology instead in person, Matthew Couper’s exploration of what social isolation might look like starts from an island in the middle of the ocean. For the artist, desert islands and desert proper are both metaphors for survival and reflect a bigger picture of what survival means on the scale of the world and humanity as a whole, and how we live (or don’t live) in interdependency with others in a society.

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