Caught by the light that flickered through old, obscured glass window panes. Not the clear replacement panes that disclosed unimpeded views, but the blurred panes, with softer lenses, where the light intermittently tripped upon the flaws of the glassy-eyed.
‘Blind Faith, 2017’ was formed from ‘derange, 2016’ as a means to reconfigure perspectives.
Mapped and tagged using a colour-code and an anthropological referencing system.
Omitting the clear window panes, disorientation of thoughts began to incur.
“Jack’s decision to climb the beanstalk is a moral tale about taking opportunities that life provides you. When he starts climbing, he doesn’t know where that path will lead him or if that path will lead somewhere at all. He knows that he may face danger, but he has no idea what that danger might be. Despite all this, he climbs the beanstalk to find his luck.” 
Paper mâché forms have a tendency to twist and torque during their drying process. As the cylindrical tower grew taller it began to teeter, as the omitted, unimpeded views failed to buttress and reinforce the unfocused views.