It suggest that you, the viewer, decide whether I am silent or not. The meaning of my "art" (maybe it's better to call it "experiment") is not to give you a completed thought; the meaning is to force you to think about it. Well, you could say that it's all about connotative dimension of photo, or any kind of art, than denotative dimension. (:
I really like the subtlety of this image. There are so many details in the little nuances of the positioning of every part. The hair falling down the front and the back. The slightly hunched position of the shoulders giving the feeling of weight pressing down from those unspoken words. The hands and fingers are loose, but kept in a very reflective manner, and I have the impression of hidden tension from them as well. The eye catching contrast of the tone and major colours of red, green and black. With hints of white and a vague yellow make the image feel more bold in a way, though I didn’t really notice it at first. The seem to reflect different moods, perhaps the inner struggle of the mind. The colours for thought and black for the silence? The most interesting part of the photo for me though is the little of the face seen. I think the greatest subtlety is there. The head, tilted ever so slightly to the left. The lips as well look subtly pursed or pressed together, giving me the impression of a disdain or weariness. I can see the words that hover on there, but she is in her silence, and they will not come.
I really like it. Very quietly intense and strong. Nice work.