Cogito Ergo Est
Cogito Ergo Est is a comment on a personified reality. I set out with a goal to pretend = to become a scientist, and try to discover the visual images and ideas that build up in my thoughts when I walks through the woods searching for the specimens for my laboratory. It’s an experiment to recreate this “reality” into actual objects. Cogito Ergo Est from Latin means I think therefore it is, and I wanted to comment on the relation between absolute theory and individual experience and how inevitable it is that what I think ‘becomes’ through me, resulting in a very intimate reality, that, in my opinion, still holds immense meaning and truth for one self.