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niklaslarson. red lines

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• yellow man

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niklaslarson. coming closer

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• crazy How are you crazy? What do you mean, I am not crazy you may think. Well, if you are human you are bound to be complex and must feel and behave rather strangely at times. I picked up this Idea from Alain de Button on the podcast On being with Krista Tippett. The idea of us all being rather difficult beings is not suppose to bring us down, but liberate us from too high expectation that will lead to disappointment, frustration and suffering. This portrait reminds me of this idea. The face is rather strange and complex, but the shirt is kept simpel, suggesting that the person here might be normal. Just normal crazy. You can find the podcast here: https://onbeing.org/programs/alain-de-botton-the-true-hard-work-of-love-and-relationships-aug2018/

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is it worth it? The idea for this piece of work came after reading Jaron Lanier’s critic on social media. In his book “Ten arguments for deleting your social media accounts” he argues that it enforces behavior that in essence is only human, but not desirable as it hurts us, others and our democracies in this world. More recently, I listened to a great podcast with Sam Harris and Roger McNamee, which explains some of the dangers and why it is important that we have conversation about how we want our digital world to look like! Here is the link of the conversation: https://samharris.org/podcasts/152-trouble-facebook. Feel free to share your thoughts.

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