Fading in & out of Anger
Silkscreen Prints x 16, 233 x 158 cm, 2015

Text: The 16 black and white silkscreen prints show a hissing fox, going from regular grey shadows to darker and lighter tones, seeing the change in transition to go almost black and white. Revealing the state cycle of Anger, fading between maddened and peaceful. Showing opposites in contrast of black and white colors. Visualizing a status of being angry looked at on the contrary, among other things, a environmental aspect, is social affiliation.

The functionality of anger is to establish boundaries, hierarchies and divisions in collectives in opposition of emotions of social affiliation, harmonizing and connecting individuals within social groups with empathy and attachment.
Fear the emotion of anger is based on an instinctive urge to attack.
Forgiveness is argued to be a counterpart of anger

  silkscreen prints on cotton paper   233x158cm, 2015