There are mechanisms so deeply rooted in the inner self, that scrutinising them seems like a form of excavation. The intimate processes involved in the construction of the individual continue to be reflected as the foundation of Marielsa Niels’ work. However, by attempting to corrode the fatalism of the concept of norm, and more specifically that of binarity, this series seems to augur for even sharper explorations. The narrative form of this work contributes to the sagacity of the reflections. This is not to illustrate the understanding of an abstract notion, but to bring out the conflicts it is able...
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