Knowledge/Belief| 16 | 10 | 2021
This image is based on a photo I took in Bed-Stuy, New York. The Statue carried a small plate which described its presence as being in homage to the lives lost through abortion.
Knowledge and truth are not necessarily synonymous.
Knowledge is always an inherited interpretation or an analysis created from a subjective experience.
The verification of knowledge limits its capacity outside the empirical method.
Once dissociated, knowledge adopts an independent character, free of this conditioning.
In this way, knowledge and belief go from being antonyms to being synonymous. This idea better allows us to fully enjoy its potential. Liberating them from the relentless and absurd pursuit of the truth.