This installation was part of MAPP, San Francisco 2011


This photo installation explores our feelings about anger and frustration. These feelings are most of the time based on exaggeration and an unrealistic mind; the intrinsically faulty person or thing that it focuses on does not, in fact, exist. Anger is a deluded mind that focuses on an animate or inanimate object, feels it to be unattractive, exaggerates its bad qualities, and wishes to harm it. It is also an extremely destructive mind that serves no useful purpose whatsoever. Because of that, I invited people to exaggerate and be very unrealistic by introducing their heads and thoughts into plastic bags to DECOMPRESS themselves.