When I approached this project, I started from the idea that we can not achieve happiness by pursuing perfection, but should instead aim to reach a balance with ourself, with our body, with the world around us, with our past, with the weight of our pains. A balance that is often elusive, apparent, precarious, ephemeral … but obsessively sought after. […]
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