Pamela Tzeng

I do not and I do stands as an exploration of identity and relationship through a surrealist lens. Inspiration for this came from the painting ‘Les Amants’ (The Lovers) by Belgian artist Rene Magritte and the poetic wavering words of Pablo Neruda’s Sonnet XLIV.

Entering the disjointed world  of the subconscious, two figures confront the insular struggles and pretences of their relationship. Vulnerability evoked by uncertainty stumbles to the forefront, unveiling the two selves’ questionable and unresolved love.

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