We oscillate, we go around in circles, we get stuck between one thing and another. We find ourselves simultaneously in the past and in the future; we are principled, and we are ambivalent at the same time. We extend our bodies with the screens of our phones, and our biographies with posts in others' social networks. We are free, and we are unfree. We want to make the right decisions, and therefore we hesitate. Scientists call us Generation Y, and our time - the age of metamodernism: an age where wholeness coexists with division, and nostalgia - with futurism. History is not linear, choices are not fatal, and structures are not fixed.
Any action becomes a gesture, and inaction acquires a symbolic value. It only remains for the artist to observe the work of an onlooker's perception, which has long been trained to accept that any two images can be interlinked. Stirring public's imagination is not that difficult, but what guides the mind of a person creating performance in real time?