In 90 Seconds, I perform a sequence of movements in three phases: ‘victim’, ‘burden’, ‘freedom’ - these are the states of that a person experiences during the war. In the first part, I lie under the missile, being in the state of victim. You see the threat and there is nothing you can do about it. This is a state of hopelessness and numbness. Fear paralyzes you. In the second part, the missile lies on my shoulders. The threat transforms into a burden. And who are those who carry it? The responsibility for wars falls on the shoulders of the innocent. The third part is the state outside the war. Here, the missile loses its original function and becomes a supporting pillar. I trust and am no longer afraid. This is the future I want for our world. I want it to be a better place where the greatest values are freedom and human life. Freedom is possible where we allow ourselves to be vulnerable and fearless.
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