What we are interested in looking at is the separation of the word and image.
Ferdinand de Saussure said:
"A sign is the basic unit of language (a given language at a given time). Every language is a complete system of signs. Parole (the speech of an individual) is an external manifestation of language."
What we have begun to attempt to do as you shall see below is remove the links between written language and the image. We want to emphasise the separation between (spoken and written) languages and the alienation of being in an unfamiliar environment, ultimately portraying our feelings of defamiliarisation through methods of deconstruction and disattachment.
By labelling everyday, familiar objects with random nouns (both English and Hungarian), the object is undermined and reality contradicted. Attention is drawn to the connections between words and images and a statement is made about the familiar transforming into the unfamiliar.
See: http://www.flickr.com/photos/23636788@N06/ and the below video for progress.