2015 - "Enlightment" | Art in Odd Places Greensboro | UNCG Lab
“Enlightenment,” was executed as planned: subtly and simply. The idea was to make use of language to modify and subvert the signification of a (fake) light bulb, hung in trees in downtown Greensboro, North Carolina, during the Festival of Lights. The work aimed to function as a reflective piece on the very existence of the festival and on art. The modified signification of the light bulb aims to modify and subvert language. The bulb then is something else: it could even be, but not reduced to, art. This way, language and object are each, half of a code that makes a system completed only by the viewer.