Lost the Way
We are told that we have lost our way when we are unsure of what to do next or when we are making questionable decisions – we can be lost in life itself as well as having physically lost the direction in which we are meant to be heading. The works in this gallery compare and contrast what it means to have ‘lost the way’ seeking answers through the juxtaposition of maps, letters, suitcases, spiritual icons and religious concepts. Questionable decisions considered include global travel, food
consumption, quests for personal development and the methodical destruction of the very environment that we need to not only thrive but to survive.
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