"The archaic genre of folklore will become the mirror of modern society. That mirror reflects an unhealthy interest in violence, pathologies, perversions, and death, which has become a "number" in criminal pages. There is no reflection on the abstraction that is more seriously hindered by the frantic pace of life, superficiality and fear. Psychologists claim that fear of death is the prototype of all fears. “It takes courage to know fear, because if you can name your horrors, you can step out of the vicious circle and illuminate the darkest corner."
Third part of performance of "Apeiron Theater" - small and very unconventional. Lithuanian folklore and a spine-chilling fairy tales.
|Camera||Canon 6D / Tamron 24-70mm f/2.8 G2 / Artificial Light|
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