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In her work, the large shapes created in brown suede are the lost memories she cannot bring to life anymore.  The use of suede (originally meant to be leather) signifies the lost contact with her brother's humanity.  The edge of the suede are burnt to indicate both the horror and pain of her brother's last hours of life, and her agonizing partaking to such excruciating death.

The green sections are pages ripped off from her personal diary. She regrets not having kept a diary of the moments spent with her brother because she believed he would be there for her forever.  The ephemeral quality of the paper juxtaposed to the tactile heaviness of the suede signifies the lightness with which we take the most important things in life.