In this exhibit of, "Dichotomy," art pieces will illustrate how there is good and bad in every circumstance. Dichotomy means the division between two opposing parts. There is good and evil, heaven and hell, love and hate, and so on. Even when we looking at these art pieces, we have our own interpretation of viewing it as "good art" or "bad art." Yet, since it is our own opinion we cannot truly define each art piece as good or bad. This division we come across in every situation is an incredible factor in our lives and is illustrated in literature like these art pieces as well as the stories we have discussed in class. When connecting the art pieces to the author's we've read in class, we can see that in situations involving relationships, money, time, etc. it is clear that there are positive and negative ways of understanding them. Nietzsche says, “What first comes to my mind is that, in this theory, the origin of the concept ‘Good’ was mistakenly identified, and thus sought in vain, for the judgment ‘Good’ did not originate among those to whom goodness was shown! Rather it has been ‘good men’ themselves, that is, the noble, the powerful, those of high degree, the high-minded, who have felt that they themselves were good, and that their actions were good….” Dichotomy fits with this quote as well as this exhibit because it suggests that even the meaning of good itself has been made up. So truly what can be seen as good to someone may be seen as bad to someone else. In life we face these conflicts and these art pieces express these conflicts. Art represents the emotions that the artist was creating through different mediums. It is up to the viewers to decide how aspects of good and bad love and hate, heaven and hell, etc. can be interpreted from the piece. Thus, this exhibit exemplifies dichotomy because every piece demonstrates that there can be different understandings of it.