Ataxophobia

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© Oihane Molinero
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Fear of disorder & untidiness.

For my fears & phobias project.

6 responses

  • Carlos Aviles

    Carlos Aviles (Deleted) said (7 Jun 2010):

    Cool! Obsessive compulsive disorder

  • Oihane Molinero

    Oihane Molinero said (7 Jun 2010):

    thanks :)

  • G. Downie

    G. Downie gave props (15 Jun 2010):

    Great project. Bowls, glasses and cups on one side, utensils on the other. How organized and orderly. But wait. Everything is either white or clear, yet the chopsticks? appear dark. Hmmm. Anarchy ?? I still love it.

  • Oihane Molinero

    Oihane Molinero said (16 Jun 2010):

    thank you! in fact, i added the chopsticks just to give a more "zen" spirit. Although they are dark, they are still clean and organised. I wasn't looking for a total white look here. If this was for my "Acluophobia" picture, the chopsticks would make a disaster!

    hope that makes sense to you ;)

  • ndiginiz

    ndiginiz said (20 Jun 2010):

    Tena koe e hoa

    I like what you've done but subjectively I wonder if it would have been better if you had still impressed a facial expression of concern in not being tidy or organised enough? As it is, are you visually suggesting this is the limits of acceptance in relation to this phobia? In relation to the phobia and as a visual point of interest, I wonder if it might have been better to visually suggest what and when you are most vulnerable rather than the point at which you are in control.

    Not a criticism as such but a subjective point for your consideration. It goes without saying, take it or leave.

    Still as it is, it's a nice and relative visual analogy and I understand it Oihane.

  • Oihane Molinero

    Oihane Molinero said (13 Dec 2011):

    I understand what you say, and at first I was going to work that way. But I thought there may be many projects about phobias depicting somebody having a bad time for their particular fear. So I just wanted to do the opposite. By having everything well organised here, it's understood that the woman can't stand disorder :)

    Sorry for such late reply!

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