The set of characteristics linked to your background and life that belong only to you. Identity is how you and others see yourself.
An illusion is something that you see that misleads you into believing that it is something other than what it actually is. For example, a magic trick or voices in the wind. Each of the human senses (vision, hearing, smell, taste, touch) can be tricked by illusions, but visual illusions are the most well known.
Drawings or pictures that explain what happens in a book, magazine, or other media such as the internet.
A person who makes illustrations, which are drawings or pictures that explain what happens in a book, magazine, or other media such as the internet.
Visual or written representations of things.
A person who moves from one country to another in order to settle and live there.
Moving from one country to another in order to settle and live there.
A deep black, watery ink used especially for drawing and printing.
Relating to the manufacture of products such as cars or clothes. For example, welding and soldering are two industrial processes used in automobile factories.
Having no limit. You cannot measure infinity because it is so large! It continues forever without boundaries.
Installation is the act of setting something up or placing it in position for service or use. An installation is also a work of art made especially for a museum or gallery space or an outdoor site. An installation consists of an entire environment rather than a group of objects like paintings or sculptures that are viewed as individual works. In an installation, the viewer is often surrounded by the art.
To explain the meaning(s) of something.
A feeling of being alone or set apart from others.