Zoe Brooks, I Heard 2011, 100 resin horses, transfer text, cotton on plinth
I heard divulges into an undisclosed perverse psyche revealing a sense of personal evaluation, confessional thought, hidden agendas and perception of character. Ideals of belonging intertwine to create self-righteous statements that question our connection to life, existence and ones sense of place in society. The unravelling of text mimics a language of youthful curiosity and configures in explanations of things beyond ones comprehension. A text that spells out the difference of social behaviour as personality soon develops after separation, as we grow from our mould. The progression of journey may be different but it's the connection to each other and to something bigger is in question.