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A left-handed line

At school enrollment I was forced to learn to write and paint with my right hand, even as a left-handed person. That was common in Albania and in many other countries.
Some years ago I tried to learn to write left-handed and my brain started to play silly jokes with me, it felt like new parts of the brain got in use, it become a dizzy feeling.
For the reflexive work I decided to reactivate this process and I started to think and search for different strategies to question the social corset we all wear.
I finalised this process with this gesture called “A left-handed line.”