The theme of this work is related to our day to day life. How unnecessary addiction can rule and effecting our life’s and even though we are not much wanting it.  Basically, this print is based upon an idea of human being dependency over tun certain things that is slowly setting its roots in our lives.

According to the philosopher Julian Baggini “human beings may be changing but, in many ways, we remain very much the same”

This disconnect between judgment and action is made all the more vivid by addiction. Here’s the testimony of one person with addiction, reported in Maia Szalavitz’s book Unbroken Brain: “I can remember many, many times driving down to the projects telling myself, ‘You don’t want to do this! You don’t want to do this!’ But I’d do it anyway.”

For struggling with addiction, the toughest step towards recovery is the very first one: recognizing that you have a problem and deciding to make a change. On the other hand, if the affected person developed the unnecessary relation with that need. This is a marsh in which it enters and ends in the last.

Through this work I am trying to portray that concept and the feeling of unsaid or unexpressed thing with my way. I choose Dry-point because I wanted to enjoy the freedom of lines and drawing. The color scheme is black and white because I wanted to make it look like a drawing. In this print every subject and object have a deep meaning.

YEAR: 2019


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