30 cm x 40 cm linocut printed in black on paper, digitalized and printed on A2
The truth in language: analogy by Wittgenstein
1. Everyone has a beetle in a box
2. You can only look in your own box
3. The thing in the box is irrelevant
4. Meaning is determined by the use people make of a term
Sent in for the Cross Comix student prize 2018, was in the top ten. Exhibited at Cross Comix 2018, Rotterdam.