Jonathan Levy
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Growing up, I struggled with learning disabilities. Whenever I looked at a page of words, all I could see was indistinguishable characters, in no particular order. The prospect of learning to read seemed futile. I never believed I would ever be capable of deciphering these random shapes and patterns. All I saw was noise.
My "Noise" series has very little to do with sound. "Noise" is the unfathomable. When we look at a person, we see them as a singular entity. We do not take into consideration the countless number of particles that make up their body. Instead, we only see the surface. "Noise" is the information too great for the human mind to grasp.