- INDIVIDUALITIES. Local project Art Space. April. 2006
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    Invividuality. Particular quality of somebody or something which stands out as special. Why are we so different? What makes us different from ev… Read More
    Invividuality. Particular quality of somebody or something which stands out as special. Why are we so different? What makes us different from everybody else? What makes each one of us laugh or cry? What do we think about when we are alone? What do you expect the future to bring? Who accompanies us in life? And love? Are the decisions that we make right or wrong?. Man is destined to become a complete individual, autosufficient and free. This seems to be in contradiction with the fact that he is part of a naturally occuring social setting (race, community, nation, family, gender), as well as acting within a structured social context (state, church, etc.). Man possesses the general characteristics of the community to which he belongs, and his actions are conditioned by the position which he occupies in society. Taking all of this into consideration, is individuality still possible? Can we consider man to be an entity in himself, despite evolving within a context, and being part of a context?. All of these questions of such an anthropological nature lead us to think about higher issues than the simple routine of daily life. The answers can vary according to the individual, the moment in which one finds oneself, and above all, the opinion which one has of oneself. Read Less
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Invividuality. Particular quality of somebody or something which stands out as special.
 
Why are we so different? What makes us different from everybody else? What makes each one of us laugh or cry? What do we think about when we are alone? What do you expect the future to bring? Who accompanies us in life? And love? Are the decisions that we make right or wrong?.
 
Man is destined to become a complete individual, autosufficient and free. This seems to be in contradiction with the fact that he is part of a naturally occuring social setting (race, community, nation, family, gender), as well as acting within a structured social context (state, church, etc.). Man possesses the general characteristics of the community to which he belongs, and his actions are conditioned by the position which he occupies in society.
Taking all of this into consideration, is individuality still possible? Can we consider man to be an entity in himself, despite evolving within a context, and being part of a context?.
 
All of these questions of such an anthropological nature lead us to think about higher issues than the simple routine of daily life. The answers can vary according to the individual, the moment in which one finds oneself, and above all, the opinion which one has of oneself.