I do not love you in a dichotomy

Radical softness

Hate and love, light and dark, good and bad, young and old. Why do we think so often in black-and-white terms?

Nathalie Chambart wonders why our society so often thinks in black-and-white terms. The world cannot be reduced to a collection of opposites: it embraces an infinite continuum of possibilities, visions and perspectives which all too often remain unheard or ignored. It is this complexity which makes everything so appealing and interesting. In ‘I do not love you in a dichotomy’ Nathalie highlights these grey zones, zones which all too often remain ‘in the dark’.



Information & Location

N. Chambart & F. Willems
Belgium, Ghent