Mind Trap. 2013

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The ease with which we can fall into a superficial routine, forgetting to look for  inner equilibrium, is what inspired my series “Mind Trap”. I believe that the moments in which we catch a glimpse of our true self occur when we are faced with our most deep, raw feelings. By creating fictional scenes, I show the analogy that exists between humans caging animals and the losing of their own freedom and sense of self in their quest for economical and social status.  This is where ambition traps us and we forget that this is not the most important, but merely a medium for what really is.