Inara reviews Frankx LeFefavre’s new exhibit for LEA
Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor is the latest immersive installation by Frankx Lefarve. Like all of his work, it is deep in imagery and symbolism, but it is also and in difference to his previous works, a very personal piece.
“Serotonin reuptake inhibitors are the primary drug used to treat anxiety, depression and panic attacks. Last December, I was given a LEA grant for 2016. By January, I was suffering major attacks of anxiety and panic leading to depression. This is the resultant build,” Frankx says candidly of the piece.
The result is a piece that is deeply immersive installation making extensive use of projected lights and colours (so you’ll need to have ALM enabled in your viewer). In entering it, you are literally entering the artist’s mind, and witnessing first hand the tumult and confusion of a mind in turmoil and at odds with itself. Light, colour and…
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