Author: Ina ter Beek
Survivors of the world genocides in the worst case scenario. Subgroups like homeless people, most poor and often sick people, and the suppressed groups of homosexuality, femininity, etc. in our society. They can only live in the dark, and keeping themselves silent and not seen. Their stories are their rescue but are not allowed to tell. They have to conceal them, covering them up, as if living a sub-life, waiting for the time where open possibilities are allowed. They cannot do anything whatsoever if they want to live, they just have to wait, hiding and waiting. It makes them alone and lonely, our connection is still there but is as well not there.
Desire for freedom, as a whole group, but suppressed.
General: hot, constricted and sweaty.
Head: heavy head from the middle eye-corners up.
Abdomen: belly ache.