SEE ME AS I AM
"You have a limitation, you are not the limitation," says Annelies about how she guides her son in life with one arm.
We humans like to make stories. We interpret what we see through our filters.
We see a child with a disability and thoughts appear.
But do we still SEE the child as a result of this?
Are not all children ultimately the same in essence?
What happens to the viewer when we first see the pure being of the child and only in the second instance the limitation?
This project is not about 'sad' children.
It is also not about brave children.
It is about children and the mirror that they hold up to the viewer.