“Keep uncertainty alive as long as possible.” I heard this piece of advice while watching a documentary about video artist William Kentridge. He argues that once things become certain, they become hardened and inflexible. In other words, you no longer are open to something new.
This project started as an exploration of the connection between vulnerability and love. As time moves on, the focus wanders from being clear to blurred to something completely unrecognizable.
Habitually, my response would be to refocus it, to make it clearer, more certain. However, for now, I have chosen to live with the uncertainty, floating in an enjoyable exploration where the final destination is unknown.