It gets painful, but it also gets warm. How do we embrace our pain and meaning in the mundane? How do we set a different tone? There is a constant anxiety and dictated concepts all around us, while we become restless and forget to stop, often dismissing our pain. But there is a profound rhythm in all our hurting bits, still radiating light. Fragile, but centered and warm only if we look inside.
I wish one day we could stand holding hands away from definitions.
Kirila Cvetkovska is a wondering wanderer. Her endeavors dwell on the themes of collective memory, loss and detachment, exploring cross-cultural values and their manifestation. She is engaged in creating visual and written narratives of the social, as well as personal tensions we experience.