At the end of the words,
Are all the books closed?
Beneath the skies,
Above the ground,
What will you choose?
When time is a thin illusion,
Who will you be?
. . .
I created “Isolation – A Photopoetry Series”, a fusion between fine art photography and poetry, from a concept that encapsulates the feeling of loneliness and isolation. When we lose a loved one, the scenario of our life is changing in the presence of grief. We will question the meaning of life.
The photopoem SOMEWHERE questions the nothingness of life and envisions the transience of life. We are here on Earth, to feel, to learn, to experience, to grow, to become. It is all about our freedom and how we see, feel, and understand life.
Standing on the threshold of death, we reflect our end in this world, trying to envision the book of life.
What is after death?
How we answer these questions will affect how we live our lives and what choices will make.
Did we close all the books?
We run a lifetime to search for answers and maybe we closed all the books.
Losing so much of what my life meant, made me look for answers, for a deeper meaning and understanding. I was trying to make sense of the ocean of grief when every piece of my life was falling apart.
Will we find the truth?
I’ve found in creating photopoetry a unique way of self-expression, that helped me search for answers, lead me to a path of self-discovering, and made sense in the chaos of grief. Slowly brought me to a resilience, that I’m sure I wouldn’t found it any other way.
When you lose a part of your life, you tend to isolate. In order for your heart to heal you have to channel yourself into creating, in finding a way to give structure to something so unimaginably painful.
Photopoetry became my voice when I couldn’t speak.
If you lost someone dear, how did that change your life and the way you look and understand life and death?
Lots of love