A part of me is filled with love, another part with anger;
a part of me meditates, another part submerges in anxiety or nostalgia;
a part of me wants to be someone, another part wants to disappear;
part of me is what I call I, the other part as well.
In the vast Icelandic and Spanish landscapes a character emerges as the materialisation of the opposites found within one’s identity. Duality is an unavoidable part of the world as we experience it. At times we wish parts of ourselves to be contained, transformed, or even destroyed, an impossible task. The unity is but the combination of duality, and in such complex dance, self polarities must learn to co-exist.