Archive for September, 2015

Charlotta Hayes – Walls


According the Oxford dictionary, a wall can be 1) A continuous vertical brick or stone structure that encloses or divides an area of land, 2) An upright side of a building or room, 3) Any high vertical surface, 4) A thing regarded as a protective or restrictive barrier 5) The membranous outer layer or lining of an organ or cavity.


The reasons for the existence of walls differ widely, as do their density and strength. Some walls are easily torn down, while others seem impossible to crack. Walls can protect, enclose, imprison, exclude or isolate. Walls can also arouse curiosity and encourage dreams of what may lie on the other side; sometimes the existence of walls can cause longing or even yearning. Some see walls merely as a metaphor for that which blocks our view, while others spend their whole lives building them.  


September 18 – 27

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