MOTHER OF MY EYES
Illuminated portraits of me and my mother were set up and spread through a narrow path. It was designed for the public to walk in and have a introspective peek into our relationship.
The dual sided light-boxes showcase a range of photographs us around the same age. I omitted the features we most resemble on one side, and had the other preview smaller, unedited fragments of ourselves. This was to diminish likeness in our identities as one of the same, and eliminate any scattered symbolism as a relational tie.