“When you are dealing with language, there is no edge that the picture drops over or drops off . . . Language, because it is the most non objective thing we have ever developed in this world, never stops” (Weiner as cited in Osborne, 2002, pg. 230).
Cutting corrugated cardboard [Audio playing in stereo, TIME, looped].
Tape [Audio playing in stereo, TIME, looped].
Love, over [Stop motion, 4.7 seconds, looped].
Left Right, Rong Right [Photograph, 10.5 x 14.8cm, transferred to DVD].
Pear film [1.02 minutes, looped].
Osborne, P. (2002). Conceptual art. London, England: Phaidon.