The Messenger

We've lost everything, haven't we?

A complex tapestry

In "The Messenger," a multi-dimensional art exhibit, the audience is invited to explore the complexities of human perception and communication. 

The centrepiece is a haunting portrait of a man, his eyes shrouded in gauze and his face adorned with three black dahlias. Each dahlia serves as a mouthpiece, one for lamenting the loss of thought, another presence, and the last, value in a cacophonous world. 

Complementing the portrait is a line drawing that serves as a logo for the exhibit, encapsulating the essence of the Messenger in a single, continuous line. This exhibit challenges us to question how we perceive and interact with the world, especially when our faculties begin to fade.