Entanglement, in a philosophical context, refers to the profound interconnectedness that transcends physical boundaries, implying that the fundamental nature of reality is not separate but interwoven. It challenges the conventional notions of isolation and highlights the intricate web of relationships that bind all things, suggesting a deeper, underlying unity that extends beyond the surface appearances of the world.
These images were created by accident in a quest to give a second use to samples, materials, and structures discarded after ephemeral installations. My intention in recycling these materials which are dumped after a single use is to show the other side that these objects hide. I seek to create awareness about the value we give to things, unlocking creativity from discarded treasures. From trash to vision, the connected elements within the frame share an unspoken dialogue, a visual testimonial to the unbreakable ties that bind all things.

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