In Frozen, the ice expands, shatters and creates new meaning for words and images. Paper-cut-out letters and images are frozen within small and large ice blocks. The ice and the act of freezing externalize the concept of stopping a moment in time, preserving a fragment. Freezing a word or image offers different ways of reading it, requiring viewers to reconsider their notions of the word or image.

Credits: School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Sung Suh
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