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In "Recollections like threads, woven through time," the artist embarks on an exploration of memory and perception, navigating the terrain where individual recollections intersect with shared experiences. Inspired by the realization that two people can recall the same event with strikingly different perspectives, the series becomes a visual dialogue on the subjective nature of memory.

At the heart of the artist's practice lies the portrayal of landscapes as symbolic representations of the human psyche, each drawing becomes a testament to the emotional landscapes we inhabit. 

What distinguishes this series is the transformative process that each artwork undergoes, as two landscapes drawings are meticulously cut and woven together. This act serves as a powerful metaphor for the fragmented and selective nature of memory, highlighting the fluidity of recollection and the inherent subjectivity of perception.

In "Recollections like threads, woven through time," the artist offers a reflection on the elusive nature of memory and the power of human connection. It is a testament to the artist's ability to evoke emotion and provoke thought, inviting viewers to journey into the depths of the mind where truth and fiction converge to create a rich fabric of experience.

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