“When the Dust Settles” is an exploration of the psychological landscape of our contemporary society. As we immerse ourselves in a performance-driven culture marked by the excess of desires and the saturation of information, we’ve grown to understand our hyperconnected world by the immediacy that follows our everyday lives, producing scatter thoughts, void of any reflection or deep meaning. The paradoxical freedom of our globalized society and the compulsive idea of success leaves no space for stagnation, contemplation, and boredom; instead, the apparent gratification from leisure practices merely reflects a mirage of pleasure, positive reaffirmation, and well-being. The atmospheres depicted...
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