Recognise Me (2014)

‘Recognise Me’ questions our general idea about love by stating we love love more than we love people. After the break-up with my ex-girlfriend I encountered that love for the other is directly linked to a self-development of the ego. By reconstructing my own need for recognition I intend to expose the construction we often call love. The depiction of my personal experience is symbolic in the way the Western culture seeks towards being beloved.