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The title Immure derives from medieval Latin immurare, from in- ‘in’ + murus ‘wall’. To be enclosed within walls; behind barriers; to be shut in; secluded or confined; can be interpreted in many ways; geographically, psychologically, politically, religiously, physically, biologically, etc. The color of the paper refers to skin color and to the human aspects of boundaries. The paper pieces appear to be solid but this is deceptive, the material is lightweight and light can be seen coming through it. The loose hanging threads could refer to networks, links between the human beings that are being kept apart from each other. 
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