The prompt is as follow:
"Red or White Roses serves as the title of both the exhibition and the central installation. Either red or white rose seeds were planted in the soil of the installation. No one knows which color will be stemming from the soil in the future, including the artist. Whichever color you believe will eventually surface will transform your understanding of the show.
If you choose to believe that red roses will be stemming from the soil, then nothing will happen, you will leave everything unchanged, and enjoy the show.
If you choose to believe white roses will eventually bloom, there is another version of you making the opposite choice in a parallel universe.
However, either decision will not change what is going to happen in the future, or whether or not there are parallel universes in which you’re making the opposite decision. "
Left painting: Something is Born out of Red Heat, acrylic painting on canvas
Right painting: Something is Becoming Red and Heated, acrylic painting on canvas
Left Installation: From Grain of Sand to Billions of Lightyears, watermelon, wooden sphere, orange, quail egg, pearl barley, grain of sand
Right Installation: Another White Butterfly, watermelon, wooden sphere, orange, steel medical box, quail egg, pearl barley, grain of sand
Dirt Installation: Red or White Roses, dirt, red or white rose seeds, water, sunlight
From left to right:
First painting: An Apple Is Falling, Don’t Know What It Is Going to Hit, acrylic on canvas
Second painting: White Butterfly on the Wooden Cradle, acrylic on canvas
Third painting: Waiting, for the Next Storm to Come, acrylic on canvas
Fourth painting: Rain, Snow, and Pine Tree, rain, snow and acrylic on canvas
Left painting: Rose-Tinted Spectacle, acrylic painting on canvas
Middle painting: Rose-Tinted Spectacle, acrylic painting on canvas
Right painting: Rose-Tinted Spectacle, acrylic painting on canvas
Left painting: Once, There Was a Drop of Blood, artist's blood and acrylic painting on canvas
Right painting: Two Names Inexplicably Flash Through the Mind of Someone Who Is About to Look Up at the Sky, acrylic painting on canvas