Ditė Dilginienė, 2016, Lithuania
Communication (in Latin communicatio means ‘sharing, imparting’; it comes from the Latin communico meaning to ‘share’; cf. communis – ‘common’) is defined as an act of exchange of information. It is an inherent need of all living beings. For an individual, an absolute absence of communication is always a sign of decline, degradation, and destruction. And vice versa, the presence of it indicates prosperity and growth. Thus this work is, in a way, an ode for correlation, an expression of gratitude to all of those whose words opened up new paths and led to the discovery of a new existential weight.
Silver 925, gold 585, 6×7cm