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Painting: Acrylic, Spray Paint, Charcoal, canvas on Canvas.
This thesis deals with social issues, touching the ambivalence and conflict of identity of the author at the background of the idea of national duplicity caused by personal experience. It focuses on the metaphorical reconstruction of an individual story, which is brought closer to the viewer via visual language. It allows access to the author's subject and at the same time opens the possibility of discovering a related issue. Personal experience lies in the feeling of otherness and alienation in a given territory that represents home. Through her individual view, the author points out all the negative and positive phenomena and influences that a person in such situation can receive. The position of an individual represents a kind of zero point. Two homes or none
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