The trait of introversion allows those who possess it to be their own focal source of stimulation; on the other end of its continuum is extroversion, causing a need to seek energy and inspiration externally. Jung’s Black Interior explores the tension between the desire for isolation — to be alone within one’s mental universe — and the need to participate with surroundings. Jung’s woven partitions embody the semi- permeable membrane every individual holds between their solitary internal universe and the external one we all share.
Natural fibers and steel
78" tall, 60" diameter