It’s All Just A Matter Of Perspective

In this series of Diptychs, Tscherner focuses our attention on the concept of perception; the first image places the viewer inside a seemingly hopeless place, while the second image transports us to a space of luxurious comfort. The views outside are interrupted with their antidotes, playing with our notions of having and wanting, seeing and believing. A critique on the power of advertising and our culpability as consumers, this work allows us to think more deeply about our role in making our own decisions, to be hopeful in the darkness and to be wary of realities that are all too often blinded by the light.

 

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