Many individuals may consider firearms detached since they do not have the opportunity to interact with them on a regular basis.
Thus, most fail to recognize that firearms and weapons are part of our daily life.
Undoubtedly, the evidence of conflicts and violence from the past is still visible to us and future generations,
such as the Great Wall of China and the Berlin Wall. Separatism between North and South Korea, Israel and Palestine,
and India and Pakistan persists in the modern era and is unlikely to end in the near future.
Innocent citizens can only wait and hope that the situation will be better soon.
The Hollow Point series was inspired by the artist's view that violence and fear have impacted the history of humanity
and our nature. Despite the fact that it is evident that our contemporary society is still driven by these concepts,
particularly in the context of global culture over the past few years, the project's primary objective is to provide
people with the opportunity to better comprehend the origins of firearms that are truly significant and have multiple
additional meanings. Not simply what is thought to be destructive.
The artist intends to communicate these beliefs through the display of symbols that are polar opposites to
the images of firearms. It is hoped that this experience of being in close contact and interacting with firearms
will help individuals gain new perspectives and a deeper understanding of the nature of weapons.
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