Today, society requires each and every one of us to adapt quickly. We are pushed into increasingly precarious conditions which cause stress: a General Adaptation Syndrome.
I wanted to make this state visible by playing with the fear that appears when I pull myself out of my comfort zone. It’s a game where I hide to be seen, where I hurt myself to feel better and where vulnerability has become a way of surviving.
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