2015, 191 x 151 cm, photo tapestry, 190 ultra-gloss photos on plywood panel, edition 1/1.

Could there be an ultimate justice embedded into the fabric of life itself? But from that ether one’s capacity of conveying and translating pure knowledge of right and wrong will probably always be faulty, incomplete and patched up with biased or predetermined realities of truth and justice. For as the analogy of the forbidden fruit describes humans to have been able – from that moment – to differentiate right from wrong, it never stated that we ever truly had or would grasp the concept of its totality.