Title: When My Eyes Are on You, Do You Touch My Eyes?


MATERIALS: ink on perspex and ready object

DIMENSIONS (H x L x W): 15 x 15 x 15 cm

YEAR: 2020



When My Eyes Are on You, Do You Touch My Eyes? is a poetical approach to the sense of seeing beyond eyes, under the skin, seeing through heart, in an observation of touch as the first and the last language.



At heart, all languages are a poor translation of feelings.

Today, we are surrounded by voices and noises —numerous ways for communication— yet, there is the potential for all of us to feel hurt and vulnerable for not being heard as the conceptions of words in many forms are lost in virtual and literal realities— unheard and untouched. The HANDS, HEARTS, SKINS, EYES- series through metaphorical observation and poetical approaches, strive to understand this invisible side of language (words) —feeling and perception— referencing the human mind and body.