FALLING APART AND TOGETHER

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I’m not interested in “How not to fall apart”.

I’m interested in exploring the ways in which we are all in a constant state of falling apart and then falling back together.

Of coming and going. Of building and breaking. Of moving in parallel and yet crashing into one another.

I’m fascinated by states of in-between.

By awkward interactions.

By uncomfortable silence.

There is so much to learn from these moments where we don’t quite know what to do, how to act, or what to say.

Where no amount of planning or predicting or organizing or preparing can give us the answers.

When maybe the “answer” is to lean into the discomfort and explore our edges without putting pressure on ourselves to have to “figure it all out already”.