3 Stories that End with a Blackout, 2008
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Black is a well known cultural and artistic signifier of rebellion whilst at the same time indicating general deficiency and lifelessness. Likewise the blob-shape, in all its formlessness, might serve as a signal of missing information and thus the encounter of the unknown. Both shortages may naturally induce fear as representation of absence and in the end of death. How do we cope with acknowledging life’s basic nature as a dead end combined with a general lack of underlying meaning?