by Joseph Lee
It’s about collective efforts to work as a collective, so there’s inevitable struggle to pull together
what we believe, whilst push away others to stay individual as everyone wants to be seen as
unique, perhaps we are too used to be unique.
So it’s not about collectiveness, it’s about otherness.
We define, re-define, re-redefine what others means to us.
What we can accept, what we can’t. What defines us as an creator. What defines us to be as equal
as the one seated. What can’t define us. Who to define. Who defines.
Or what we heard so often in the process, “Name it.”
We also name.
We name to define.
We push to survive.
No matter how close we get, we are still on our own, yet, the stronger we use our body to sustain
as one, the more rewarding we can expect at the end.
It’s not about the process, but how the process leading to the end. If we don’t see the end of the
show as the end, you might then realize, what will come later.