The primary character in Vladimir Nabokov's 1946 short story, Signs and Symbols, suffers from a condition called referential mania, which causes him to believe that "everything happening around him is a veiled reference to his personality and existence." In much the same spirit, these photographs by young Taiwanese photographer, Chuen-Huei Yang, are presented to consider how ordinary objects communicate with us.
- 7 3/4" x 5" x 1/8"
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