PROJECT WORK - AGENT CLOUD
An ongoing preoccupation
In its pristine condition, glass is capable of fracturing our perception into several layers: on one layer, we can see through its surface into interiors and, on the other, depending on the fall of light, we may see exterior scenes reflected, often side by side. Whitewash on the inside surface adds yet another layer by not only affecting the way the surroundings appear in the reflections but also by haphazardly concealing whatever lies behind the glass. Given that whitewash gets applied or splashed on by hand, a wide variety of patterns result. Moreover, the varying degrees of opacity allow for an occasional and intriguing glimpse beyond the glass surface.
But why this need for whitewash? Why should our desire to see clearly, to see behind surfaces, be thwarted so deliberately by such clouds?
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