Anywhere

Metaphor

This Place is a Metaphor

And then she happened upon a curious sight: A white arrow pointing away from a red door.

“What might this mean?” wondered Justine.

It looked like a riddle.

Metaphor
n. something that symbolizes something else

A light bulb is a symbol for an idea.
A puzzle is a metaphor for life.
A red door is a symbool for temptation. It’s a choice.
A high-heeled shoe is a symbol for seduction.
A wine glass is a symbol for romance.
A ring is a symbol for matrimony.

“But symbols are just symbols until they are lived,” thought Justine, taking a bit of an apple and wondering why such a door existed, if a person was not meant to walk through it?

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Everywhere, Anywhere, Somewhere, Nowhere

About this Project (MLA13 Locative Media Installation)

Places: Market – Church – Pier – Park – Tavern – Gallery
Places: Anywhere – Anywhere – Everywhere – Everywhere
Places: Nowhere – Now&Here

You’ve entered this project through a side door.
Would you like to use the front door?

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