Grayson Perry

I became interested in visual communication that would provide scope for creativity and imagination and not form sets of rigid instructions that limit potential outcomes. In connection with this concept, I became inspired by the work Map of an Englishman by Grayson Perry. His work uses the metaphor of the instruction manual and the map to pull apart the complex world of thoughts and feelings. ‘I was thinking of a map of the mind, almost like an exercise you could set on therapy course’ he described.

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