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recycled paper, photograph, frame

installation view



Every classic romantic movie ends on a kiss: two pairs of lips intertwined that form the full stop of the story - “THE END.”

This project explores the relationship between love and language, between emotions and words, between the loved one as Other and the words and images I project onto him in my mind.


Each work is an A4 recycled paper sheet composed of a blend of pages of Nizami’s “Majnun Layla” and Barthes’ “A Lover’s discourse: Fragment”  - two books that in their own way, with their own language and cultural background, explores the frontier between love and language.

The artist used this custom paper pulp to cover photos taken of her and her partner kissing throughout the years, making the reality of our faces disappear behind words leaving only our joined lips from which no more words can be uttered.

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