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The artwork 'I can't breathe' is an ambiguous representation of the systemic (systematic) oppression in our (Western) society. The work holds up a mirror to us. We live in an unjust and unequal society. A faulty system. The phrase "I can't breathe" is like a mantra of systemic oppression ending in noise and tragedy. The words are aggressively intertwined like a kind of impenetrable chainmail which makes any dialogue impossible. A chaotic darkness.

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On September 4 and 5, 2021 the art installation Inside the rainbow (you find yourself) could be seen and experienced during the annual art event plateauKUNST in South Limburg, the Netherlands. The event was attended by more than 3000 visitors.

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On September 12, 1944, the liberation of the Netherlands began in Mesch, South Limburg. Close to Reijmerstok. Since that day we have been living in freedom. We have been free for 76 years.
But do we actually live in freedom? And who are we? If there is a we, there is also a they.
Do they also live in freedom? What is our responsibility as free (liberated) people? Is our liberation just a beautiful memory or is it a promise to future generations, anywhere in the world?

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These exclusive photography art prints of each of the six images of Disconnected / Reconnected (#1) are offered on large format, in a limited edition of 25. With the proceeds of the sale, new editions of the art project Disconnected / Reconnected are made possible.