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“As only pictures were like words rather than holy relics.” ~ John Berger, Ways of Seeing.

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The mirror was often used as a symbol of the vanity of woman. The moralizing, however, was mostly hypocritical. You painted a naked woman because you enjoyed looking at her, you put a mirror in her hand and you called the painting Vanity, thus morally condemning the woman whose nakedness you had depicted for your own pleasure. The real function of the mirror was otherwise. It was to make the wo...

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By combining our senses we are able to experience multiple emotions. But what if we are only limited to one sense? Does this change the way our mind thinks and works? Does it change what we see? My concept was ‘ways of seeing’. I went about this assessment in the way we see through some of our senses; sight, touch and taste. Through a series of experimentations I came up with three outcomes...

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