Invisible Boundaries 2 (children's project) Maria Djelebova | 2008

When my son was little, he thought that similarly to erasing a misspelled word with a correction pen, and it becomes "invisible", it can also happen when he starts applying the correction pen to his colorful toys, in this case, animals. A correction fluid is used to erase a mistake that was made while writing. The error on the sheet becomes invisible, but it exists underneath. Applying the white correction fluid to the animals erases the colorful spots, but the shape remains visible. A tiger is a tiger, an elephant is an elephant. It is the same with our actions and mistakes on which we have applied the "correction pen" of our conscience.

Text by Maria Djelebova