As if all the truth was contained in such place-objects, the access to which we ignore and deny.
(Un)observed, (un)explored seeks to question certain aspects that pertain to the semiotic and perceptualist approaches to the image. It enables its material objects to interact with the abstract in the images and allows for further questioning -inherent in the art practice. 
It insists on a metaphorical stroll through domestic environments (commonly intended to be inhabited) and non-places, and our visual inability to see them -or, an insufficient capacity to recognise them.
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