All of us experience an inner dialogue. We have a mental image of ourselves that we are talking to almost every moment of our life and about anything: hopes, troubles, Sunday shopping, memories from the past, what the person standing next to us thinks about us. Every person’s identity is split into two parts “me” and “myself”. The project is exploring the interactions of these two different sides of the same person and ideas of the duality of a human mind and self-discovery.
These parts don’t represent “good” and “evil” in the general sense of those words. Often, one of these parts is our inner critic, the punisher, the one that comes up with all the fears, excuses, and negative thoughts. This “me” can make us fail at anything since this voice will never be happy, it thrives on suffering, recreating it in our heads over and over again, often without any connection to a real-life situation we are in. It’s the job of the other part, “myself”, to recognize the negative delusion and turn it into healthy positive thoughts thus bringing peace to our minds.
You can find Dasha Pears on the Web:
Don’t miss to check these articles:
- Inspiring Interview With Fine Art Photographer Dasha Pears
- Hidden Faces in Fine Art Portrait Photography
- Mysterious And Surreal Fine Art Photography By Sarah Ann Loreth
- Enigmatic Portraits Which Will Make You Dream: Fine Art Photography By Nicholas Javed
- Fantastic Fine Art Photography by Zachary Snellenberger