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The Visual Intervention (Received in 2009 – Near Raleigh, North Carolina) presents a stark contrast of black and white, an abstract form that conjures images of decay and renewal. The black area at the center, textured and uneven, spreads out like an inkblot, surrounded by a white expanse that is cracked and peeling aged paint. The formation suggests a kind of geographical map, a distant nebula, or a microscopic detail of a natural process, evoking the cycles of deterioration and growth, the ebbing away of the old, and the quiet heralding of the new.

Or perhaps more profound, the idea is to take care that is what is on the inside, before the venom makes it way to the outside.


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