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LIFE IN A CAGE

Claraluna Fortunati | Italy

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The world is at a delicate time, which humanity never expected to face: a virus that limits life within the four walls of the home. I have always spent my time locked up in my world, represented by my bedroom, guardian of my greatest dreams and secrets. I'm often alone. I am alone as I face my daily battles: from anxiety, now an old rival, to the difficult relationship I have with food, from November to today. Crises increase, as do those infected with the virus, day after day I fight to survive. It's hard for everyone, it's hard for me. The real cage, it's not the house, the real cage is me.

I'm Claraluna Fortunati, an autistic photography student.
Photographing is my way of communicating without saying a word.

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