Artūras Areima: « People of the Western culture are able to work very well in their field of professional life, but they may get lost in the unusual everyday situations. People are narrowing and mechanizing, forgetting simple, human-minded things. A profession takes their lives. Some want to change something, but afraid of losing what they already have. After all, if you are not rich today, you’re not promising, then there’s nothing. Because of work and career, people forget their childhood dreams, and instead of following their inclinations, they create plans and live up to them – they do what they need. So they get lost in their own lives and try to get along. It’s interesting to see if, as a result of this, a person can still change something in his life. «
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The corporeal individual. An enemy of its own, forced to create a fiction - humanity.